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The Benefits of Working a Four-Day Week

Tom StreetTom Street qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and has over 20 years experience in employment and litigation law. He studied law at the University of Manchester before undertaking the legal practice course at the College of Law in Guildford, going on to complete his legal training at a firm in Chancery Lane, London. … Read more

All About Procedure for Requests for Flexible Working

Under provisions set out in UK employment law, specifically those under the Employment Rights Act 1996, all employees have a right to make request to their employer to change their contractual work obligations to work flexibly. Flexible working request/arrangements can include homeworking, working on temporary contracts, part-time working, job sharing, flexitime and shift work. For … Read more

March of the Mummies – Call for better rights for mothers and parents

On 31st October 2017 parents took to the streets in 6 cities across the UK to demand recognition, respect and change for working parents. Organised by the campaign group Pregnant then Screwed, the protestors made 6 demands: Increase the time limit to submit a tribunal claim for maternity and parental leave discrimination from three months … Read more

Flexible Working Request Letter Example

Can anyone make a flexible working request? In order to make and write a flexible working request letter, the employee must have been employed by the same employer for 26 weeks.  An employee is only entitled to make one flexible working request every 12 months. If the request is rejected, the employee is entitled to appeal. However, they … Read more

Flexible Working Hours to Suit your Lifestyle

A recent change in the law (Employment Rights Act 1996) has given UK employees a legal right to request their employers for flexible working hours. This right is available to the employee after 26 weeks of employment service. If the employer declines the request he is under a legal duty to give a legitimate reason … Read more