Matt Gingell

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Matt Gingell is a partner at Gannons, which specialises in commercial and employment law.

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The Deliveroo and UberEats protesters, who were making a stand over their pay packets, must feel vindicated. [...]

4 October
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Since the introduction on 1 April 2016 of the National Living Wage (NLW) there’ve been plenty of employers in the news [...]

9 May
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Imagine this scenario: you’re in a job that you once loved, or at least enjoyed. But now you’re tired of it and particularly [...]

30 March
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Before we look at when an employer does have grounds to demote their staff, we should first ask: when can’t they do so? [...]

10 March
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From 1 April, the new National Living Wage (NLW) of £7.20 an hour must be paid to workers aged 25 and over. [...]

9 March
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"Will you be my office Valentine?” It’s well known that work is fertile ground for the blossoming of intimate relationships. [...]

12 February
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The European Court of Human Rights’ (ECHR) recent decision on accessing employees’ private messages has had a lot of publicity. [...]

19 January
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The rainmaker is clutching a brown envelope and asks for five minutes of your time. Thoughts start racing. Surely it’s not [...]

15 January
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As the winter draws in and the mornings get darker and chillier, the temptation to stay in bed will be too much for a lot of [...]

4 December
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There are bad bosses out there, but there are plenty of bad employees around too. They may be disruptive, difficult with colleagues, [...]

30 October
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So, the government is scrapping its ‘guilty until proven innocent’ proposal for top bankers.Thank goodness. [...]

19 October
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), alongside the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), has published new rules, encouraging [...]

8 October
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The overall UK gender gap is 19.1 per cent – calculated on the average hourly rate of male and female employees.   [...]

1 October
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Many of you will, at some point in your careers, have a falling out with your employer. It may be that your boss picks on you, [...]

28 September
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According to the Office for National Statistics, the unemployment rate is 5.5 per cent and for the period June to August 2015 [...]

22 September
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