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Although some businesses are now going back to the office, it seems that remote working or working from home (WFH) is now the first choice for many employees. But what about employers? What happens if you are an employer and you really don’t think that WFH is in the best interests of your company? Can…

Did you know that as an employer, you still have to make sure that your staff working from home are ok? If they are going to carry on with some part-time or full time home working, then you should have a checklist… You will need to ensure that:  The work is suitable to be done…

Please note, this page, published in December 2020, will not be updated to reflect changing legislation. Keep up to date with government furlough regulations on our Furloughed Workers page. The Government announced on 5 November 2020 a further significant extension to the CJRS, which will now remain in place until 31 March 2021. There will…

We are delighted to announce that Barrett and Co has once again been rated as one of the three best employment law solicitors in Reading. Three Best Rated  gave Barrett and Co five stars and have rated us as one of the top three law solicitors in Reading. Three Best Rated is an independent website…

On 28th September, the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Self-Isolation) (England) Regulations 2020 came into force. The Regulations require all workers to notify their employer if they are required to self-isolate and they are due to undertake any work from a location that is not where they are self-isolating. This will usually be the employee’s home,…

Updated January 2021 Third lockdown and working in the office The third lockdown has confused people because in many ways the government guidelines are actually less strict than they were during the first lockdown, but many of the principles remain the same. Who is allowed to work in the office? The guidelines state that everyone…

Football coach Bob Higgins has been found guilty of criminal abuse, but are his employers, Southampton FC also liable to his victims in a civil claim? The former youth football coach was found guilty of 45 counts of indecent assault recently and his conviction will allow a Football Association review into child sex abuse allegations…

It is illegal to make recruitment decisions based on gender, race, religion, age, disability, marriage status or sexual orientation unless the job reasonably requires that specific characteristic. Positive discrimination is the attempt to address under-representation from certain groups by encouraging applications from those groups and is particularly prevalent in the public sector. In a recent…

What’s the best solicitors in Reading? When you are looking for a solicitors that you know is good, then you can often get a picture of a law firm from their Google Reviews. When they have a lot of good or great reviews then you can feel confident that they are a firm you can…

It’s very hard sometimes to keep up with all the legal implications of running a business. That’s why helping business owners with their contracts of employment and Statutory Sick Pay policies keeps me busy… So here’s a quick and brief summary for you on Statutory Sick Pay and who is entitled to it and when….

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Car Park Closed until 24th October 2021

We are fully open, however if you are visiting us in person before 24th October, our car park is temporarily out of action. We advise you to use Queens Road multi storey or other public car parks.