Imposed Changes

Has your employer tried to change your working hours or location without your consent? Here is our advice on how to deal with imposed changes.

  • read more on The Law when a Collective Bargaining Agreement Changes your Contract

    The Law when a Collective Bargaining Agreement Changes your Contract

    A collective bargaining agreement is an agreement between an employer and a trade union. This allows an employer to agree with the union the terms and conditions of employment (and possibly other matters) in relation to employees who are covered by the agreement. The general position is that where a provision of a collective agreement […]

  • read more on Seasonal holidays: can your employer make you work?

    Seasonal holidays: can your employer make you work?

    At this time of year, many parents are thinking about Christmas and New Year, and what time they can take off over the festive season. But whatever the school holidays and regardless of what festivals you celebrate, the reality is that there is no statutory right to have these days off, even if you have […]

  • read more on Part-time working myths

    Part-time working myths

    My hours are in my contract so my employer can’t change them… If only this were true – but even once you’ve got the hours which work for your family, unfortunately employers can and often do seek to change them. Although this is a breach of contract if you don’t agree, in practice that isn’t […]