Lauren is a solicitor in the employment team and advises organisations and individuals on both contentious and non-contentious issues across a wide range of employment law matters. Prior to joining Clarkslegal, Lauren worked in another employment law team and represented clients in unfair dismissal and discrimination claims as well as acted in matters involving performance reviews, grievances, disciplinaries, redundancy and settlement agreements.
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- 29 March 2022
April 2022 employment law rate changes
It’s April and that means increases to the financial thresholds for various employment law calculations – including a week’s pay for statutory redundancy payments.
- 24 March 2022
The Spring Statement 2022 – Chancellor’s announcement
As the nation faces a cost-of-living disaster, Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his 2022 Spring Statement.
- 18 March 2022
Legal implications of P&O Ferries shock firing
The decision to cut 800 jobs has sparked outrage with staff staging sit-ins on the company’s boats and there have been calls from unions for strike across the country – but what are the legal implications of the decision of P&O Ferries?
- 16 March 2022
Brain fog and unlawful discrimination risks: An employer’s guide
Brain fog has been in the news lately because of its association with Long Covid and the menopause. But what is brain fog and how should employers support staff suffering from it?
- 08 March 2022
Lifting of Covid-19: What this means for employers
Clarkslegal’s Employment Solicitor Melanie Pimenta explains the new lifting of Covid-19 restrictions and what this means for employers.