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    Another chance to attend our popular Gig Economy Seminar!

    Thursday 12 October 2017, 8:00am – 9:30am
    Morson International, Adamson House, 2 Centenary Way, Salford M50 1RD

    We answer the question from an Employment Law perspective and HR perspective. We will look how it relates to you and the recent highly publicised cases involving Uber and Deliveroo. What are the pros and cons of the gig economy and your responsibilities!

    Think about your workforce. Do you have freelancers? Do you have flexible workers? Come and join us to know more!

    8am – 8:30am: Breakfast
    8:30am – 9:15am: Talk
    9:15am onwards: Networking.

    We are delighted to be holding this free event in partnership with Morson International


    Peach Law welcomes the new advice and guidance from ACAS for supporting parents with ill or premature babies. It is a stressful time for parents and families and sensitivity should be taken when communicating with employees. The guidance goes into detail on how employers can support employees following the birth, an employer’s responsibilities as well as a death of a premature or sick baby and how to manage returning to work.

    Carrie Cosgrave, HR Specialist at Peach Law has personal experience with this situation having had premature boy/girl twins at 29 weeks with the girl passing away at 2 weeks old. She appreciated the support she received from her employer at the time in terms of their compassion and sensitivity as well as their flexibility on returning to work.

    Many employers struggle to acknowledge and deal with delicate issues such as these and understanding their obligations as a business. Peach believe that communication should be effective and handled sensitively with an understanding that each case will be different.

    We would be very interested in hearing how this sort of situation has been handled in your workplace and would be more than happy to give some further practical tips and advice. Get in touch on 0161 478 3800 or email

    The Presidents of the Employment Tribunal in England & Wales, and Scotland have released a Joint Response to the Vento Bands Consultation. The new ‘Vento’ bands will apply to any claims issued on or after 11 September 2017 and will be:-

    • lower band (less serious cases): £800 to £8,400
    • middle band: £8,400 to £25,200
    • upper band (the most serious cases): £25,200 to £42,000
    • exceptional cases: over £42,000

    Presidential guidance will be released tomorrow!

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