Our top 10 since 2010!
20 December 2019
We thought it would be fun to look at what the most-read articles were on our website during 2019, out of all the ones we’ve written since 2010. (Consider it our Christmas gift to you!) Not all of them were written during 2019, but they are an interesting barometer of what our readers consider the hottest topics are at the moment.
This article is actually seven years old, but has been perennially popular ever since it was written. We can confirm that it is still accurate from a legal point of view.
A more recent article comes in at number 9, dealing with a situation that many employers come across.
Redundancy again at number 8 and another article that’s a bit of a blast from the past, as we wrote it in 2013. However again, we’ve checked it and can confirm it still reflects the current legal position.
This one is a topic which is always really important for anyone who is or may be dealing with an Employment Tribunal claim.
Proving yet again the popularity of our FAQ articles is this one, covering when an employee has the right to bring a companion, and what the companion is able to do.
We were a little surprised to see this one in the top ten – but it is obviously a subject of interest to a lot of our readers.
The most recent of the articles in our top 10, this is essential reading for anyone dealing with a discrimination claim in the Employment Tribunal.
Somewhat appropriately for this time of year, at number 3 in our chart is our article about vicarious liability and a case involving a Christmas party!
The issue of employees having to repay training costs when they leave is the source of a lot of queries we receive, so it was no surprise that this is one of our most popular articles.
And finally, at number 1 is an oldie but a goodie (originally written in 2013, but still reflecting the current law) – we think the reason this article is so popular is because it deals with a tricky anomaly regarding notice payments that most people aren’t aware of.
We hope you’ve found this interesting – and don’t forget, if you have any topics you’d like us to cover in 2020, you are very welcome to get in touch!
If you have an employment law query, or if you have a topic you’d like to see covered in a future article, then please call us on 01243 836840 for a no obligation chat, or email us at [email protected].