Monthly Archives: March 2012

Employee References – does my employer have to provide one?

It is a common misconception that an employer must provide a reference for a former employee. This is not the case as there is generally no obligation for an employer to provide a reference. If an employer does agree to … Continue reading

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Work Experience

The Government has recently announced that it is withdrawing its controversial, albeit in-part successful, work experience scheme where sanctions could be applied for non-compliance. The scheme met with a great deal of public disapproval, which in turn led the businesses … Continue reading

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Recent Decision on Springboard Relief

  “The High Court has recently provided some useful guidance on team moves and Springboard relief in the case of QBE Management Services (UK) Ltd v Dymoke and others [2012] EWHC 80 (QB). Three employees of QBE planned not only … Continue reading

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