Employment Rights Act In The UK

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Employment Rights Act – ML Solicitors Legal Advice; Are you in search of expert legal advice with regards to the Employment Rights Act to ensure that you are operating in full compliance with UK employment legislation at your company? Then look no further than the highly qualified and experienced legal professionals at Oakwood Solicitors as our dedicated team could use their expertise in the UK employment and commercial law to provide advice that is tailored to suit your business needs and assistance with regards to a wide range of services to ensure that you are fully compliant with all current legislation and the best interests of your company are protected.

An article published on Friday 24 May 2013 by the Retail Gazette written by Gemma Taylor reported that "Sainsbury’s sign up to National Equality Standard".

The article says that "Supermarket Sainsbury’s has announced that it has signed up to new National Equality Standard (NES) as it continues its promotion of diversity".

The article tells us that the NES is supported by the Equality and Human Rights Commission and the CBI and is the first standard of its kind to work towards tackling inequality".

It explains that "Companies will undertake ‘a robust assessment’ to ensure that they meet certain standards outlined by the Board before trained NES assessed review documentation ensure legal compliance and conduct ‘comprehensive’ interviews before providing a detailed report on the outcomes.

Have you had an employee or former employee threaten or bring tribunal action against you breaches in the Employment Rights Act or Equality Act at your organisation within the UK? Then you should make a no obligation call to the highly skilled professionals at Oakwood Solicitors to discover how our experts could work with you to strive to achieve the best possible outcome in the quickest and most cost-effective way through alternative dispute resolution methods wherever possible provide rigorous legal representation at an employment tribunal hearing when necessary.

The above-mentioned article informs us that the CEO of NES ArunBatra explained: "The NES is here to help businesses navigate the complex field of EDI (equality diversity and inclusiveness) and ultimately make them realise the competitive advantage that comes from getting the people element of an organisation right.

"Sainsbury’s is among the 18 pioneering businesses that have already signed up. We are proud to have them on board and look forward to working with them in the future."

The article also reports that "Minister for Disable People Esther McVey said: "Work is central to well-being and she is one of the best ways to increase independence self-esteem and essential to someone’s identity.So thankfully savvy employers like Sainsbury’s recognise the huge benefits of supporting disabled people into employment not just for the individuals themselves but for the skills and talents they bring to the organisation as a whole."

If you have concerns with regards to the Employment Rights Act on what this means that your organisation within the UK and your employees don?t hesitate to call the extremely helpful advisers at Oakwood Solicitors to discover how our dedicated team of employment and commercial law specialists could provide advice and assistance to your organisation on: 0113 200 9720.


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