Employment Tribunal Fees Refund

Back in July, we wrote about the historic Supreme Court decision to scrap employment tribunal fees. This decision is expected to raise the number of employment claims and recently the Government has started the first stage of refund issuing. Whilst the first round is limited to 1000 people contacted by the Court and Tribunal Service […]

How to deal with a Subject Access Request

Under Section 7 of the Data Protection Act 1998, employees have the right to ask their employer for details of any personal data held on them and the reason why that information is being held. This is known as a Subject Access Request (SAR). The employee also has the right to be provided with hard […]

rradar scoops up Law Society Excellence Awards

rradar is proud to announce that it has won the Law Society Award for Excellence in Client Service and has been Highly Commended for Excellence in Business Development. The awards, organised by the independent professional body for solicitors in England and Wales, recognise the achievements of law firms in a number of different areas.  Trophies […]

Fire Safety Violations

Fire in the workplace can be a terrifying occurrence; at times like this, staff will struggle to remain calm and vacate the premises in an orderly manner, but provided that they do so, the probability of casualties or even deaths will be much reduced. That depends on the fire risk assessment, which will take into […]

Overhead power lines

Overhead power lines can be found in many places and usually, they pose little risk to people carrying out everyday work tasks. However, when those tasks involve moving objects of considerable height, the danger of coming into contact with the power line increases dramatically, together with the risk of extremely serious injuries or even death. […]