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Holly qualified as an Employment Associate in September 2019 having spent one year advising on all aspects of employment law. Holly joined Ince’s employment department in February 2020.
She has worked with clients in a variety of sectors, including the finance, hospitality and technology sectors, and advises both employees and employers.
Holly also provides employment advice to clients in the shipping sector and is experienced in drafting crew agreements and advising on crew issues.
She has had experience acting for the Claimant and the Respondent in complex whistleblowing, discrimination and unfair dismissal claims as well as high-value breach of contract claims. Holly advises clients on day-to-day employment issues and is experienced in drafting a large variety of employment documents.
My recent publications
News / The Rollercoaster that is: IR35 and the Off Payroll Working Rules
14-11-2022 / Energy & Infrastructure
Insights / FAQs: UK government consultation on flexible working
Flexible working is where an eligible employee agrees with their employer to permanently change their working pattern, hours or location. For example, they may request to work part-time, to work annualised hours, to work some days or hours from home or to change their working hours each day. This was originally just for those with childcare responsibilities but it was expanded to include all those who wanted to work flexibly. Apart from those with childcare responsibilities, other requests to work flexibly were relatively rare, but recently we are seeing more of our employer clients receive flexible working requests following the COVID-19 pandemic.