Health & Safety

HEALTH & SAFETY

Compliance with health and safety law is mandatory

ilisi undertake a wide range of services to suit the particular needs of our clients. From a basic starter pack, for essential compliance, to sophisticated policies and procedures for larger concerns. We advise on and undertake risk assessments, in particular fire risk assessments.

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Employment Law

EMPLOYMENT LAW

The legal requirements for employing a person change frequently

ilisi provide a full range of Employment Law services, likely to be of interest in particular to businesses without a dedicated Human Resources or Legal department.

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Data Protection

DATA PROTECTION

General Data Protection Regulations 2018 – Services

Ilisi offer clear advice on data protection, covering The Data Protection act 2018 and GDPR 2018 compliance. We provide updated Briefing Papers to our existing and potential clients laying out the rights and responsibilities under the legislation. Ilisi offer a data auditing service with follow up report and subsequent policy drafting facility to existing and new clients alike. Furthermore, we undertake the role of Data Protection Officer as laid down in the GDPR.

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Data Protection

COMMERCIAL AGREEMENTS

Terms & Conditions; Distribution Agreements UK & Overseas; Sub-Contractors; and Service Agreements.

ilisi provide a wide range of business contract services, including terms & conditions of sale/services; and distribution agreements UK & overseas.

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Employment law changes 2022

Extra bank holiday

To celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee, there is an additional bank holiday in 2022. The May bank holiday weekend will be moved to Thursday 2 June and an additional bank holiday on Friday 3 June will give many people the opportunity to take a four-day weekend.

Employers will need to decide if their staff are entitled to take an additional day’s paid leave either on the 3 June or at another date in the holiday year. The starting point is to look at the holiday clause in the employee’s contract of employment. If the contract states that the employee is entitled to, for example, 28 days’ holiday which includes all statutory and bank holidays, employers aren't obliged to give them an extra day’s paid holiday. The same will apply if the contract just sets out the number of days holiday the employee can take and doesn't mention bank holidays at all. Conversely, if the contract states that they are entitled to, for example, 20 days of paid holiday plus statutory and bank holidays, employers will have to allow them to take an additional day's leave. But, if the contract states that they are only entitled to the statutory and bank holidays that are usually observed in England and Wales, they are not entitled to the extra day.

Contact Ilisi

Michael Mylne

Barrister/Adviser/Assessor

Address

1 Woodwards Farm Cottages,
Mill Lane,
Balcombe,
West Sussex
RH17 6QS

Telephone

Landline: 01444 811434
Mobile: 07786 390060‬

Email

michael.mylne@ilisi.co.uk

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