Catrin Mills

Partner and Head of Harlow Office

Catrin trained at City firm Reynolds Porter Chamberlain where she worked for 5 years as an employment lawyer.  In 2005 Catrin joined a regional firm to head up their employment department before joining Longmores in 2009.  Catrin returned to Longmores after a short career break during which she published two books on personal development for lawyers, and a study on employee engagement and conflict at work. Catrin became a partner at Longmores in 2016. Catrin advises on all aspects of HR and employment law.

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Tribunal finds in favour of Uber drivers
Religious dress in the workplace - the controversy continues
Employers: could your HR policies really land you in it?
UK employees stressed and unhappy in the workplace
EAT provides more guidance on how to treat on-call time
Mobile workers - does travel to and from work count as working?
Getting Advice on a Settlement Agreement
Can employers breathe a sigh of relief on holiday pay claims?
Can employers breathe a sigh of relief on holiday pay claims?
Can employers breathe a sigh of relief on holiday pay claims?
Employers - How to survive the World Cup
Financial penalties on employers
Employers - ready for the new flexible working regime?
Compulsory ACAS Early Conciliation
A very appealing case
Agricultural employers - have you reviewed your terms and conditions for workers?