As employers will know, there is an obligation in a redundancy situation for the employer to consider the potential of alternative employment within its organisation and inform the employee of such vacancies. Under section 141 of the Employment Rights Act 1996, a potentially redundant employee will lose their right to a statutory redundancy payment if they unreasonably refuse an offer of suitable alternative employment made by their employer.
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This time of year can be really hard for children whose parents have separated. It is not their fault and they are caught in the middle. Parents owe it to their children to try and sort something out and for most children the best present would be seeing both their parents at some time at Christmas.
While the regulatory landscape of Scottish football has changed markedly following the decision to merge the Scottish Football League with the Scottish Premier League, creating the four-division Scottish Professional Football League, the wider football landscape is continuing to develop and change, partly in response to financial scrutiny by football’s regulatory bodies.
Onshore wind farms are the most established large-scale source of renewable energy in the UK. Wind turbine noise is of two sorts, mechanical (deriving from gearboxes, generators, auxiliary equipment etc) and aerodynamic (in flow turbulence at the front of the blade, airfoil turbulence at the trailing edge and tip of the blade). The latter is dominant. Noise can have health effects including sleep disturbance and performance reduction, annoyance responses, and effects on social behaviour.
All in the 'mindset' – the key to achieving what's best for a child when parents separate or divorce
Parents often have different opinions on the best way to bring up a child. Each parent has their own views about what is best and these views may differ as the child grows from a toddler into a teenager. The parents form their views on the basis of their own mindset which has itself been developed by their own life experiences and environment.