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Simcocks
As levels of obesity make headline news Simcocks director Irini Newby considers the implications for employers.
DQ Advocates
After 40 years of steady decline, statistics have confirmed that marriage rates across the UK are back on the rise.
DQ Advocates
According to a UK Government report, 77% of mothers surveyed had a negative or possibly discriminatory experience during pregnancy, maternity leave and/or on return from maternity leave.
DQ Advocates
This was the question that The High Court had to determine in an important case brought before it earlier this year.
Simcocks
The recent English case of Egon Zehnder Ltd v Tillman (2017) is interesting. The defendant joined the claimant's recruitment business in 2002 on terms including a 6 month no-compete restriction.
DQ Advocates
Head of the top ranked employment team, Leanne McKeown, together with associate Tara Cubbon are the authors of the inaugural IOM chapter in this internationally renowned publication.
Simcocks
Businesses need to gear up for a raft of new, far reaching social legislation that aims to ensure fair and equal treatment for all.
DQ Advocates
When Bruce becomes Caitlyn, and the trouble with the toilets...
Simcocks
In an interesting case (First Personnel Services Limited v Halfords Limited) decided at the end of 2016, a client terminated the services of a recruitment agency with which it had dealt over many years...
DQ Advocates
Obese, depressed and diabetic employees: are they disabled? Obesity, depression and diabetes are not conditions that ordinarily give rise to a view that the persons suffering are disabled.
DQ Advocates
In December 2015, Tynwald approved an Order to bring the Disability Discrimination Act 2006 (the "Act") into force.
DQ Advocates
In December 2015, Tynwald approved an Order to bring the Disability Discrimination Act 2006 (the "Act") into force.
DQ Advocates
On 1 January 2017 the Financial Services Rule Book 2016 comes into operation. With this will be the requirement on all Isle of Man licence holders to establish, implement and maintain an effective whistleblowing policy.
DQ Advocates
Restraints of trade in the employment contract are quite often not given the attention they deserve until the time comes when the employer is under threat by a former employee and enforcement action is required to protect the business.
DQ Advocates
Delegates will be taken through an overview of the implications for employers of the Equality Bill 2016, which has completed its first reading and is due to be introduced into the House of Keys in October.
DQ Advocates
Following approval by Tynwald at its May 2016 sitting, the Isle of Man Government Department of Health and Social Care has issued guidance for businesses on matters to be taken into account in determining questions relating to the definition of disability.
DQ Advocates
Employees should take care when bringing private matters into the workplace. Depending on the circumstances, it may not be reasonable to expect privacy. - See more at: http://www.dq.im/news/a-right-to-privacy-at-work#sthash.uFrMb1Cb.dpuf
DQ Advocates
Whilst I appreciate that some will say that it is "only" November and therefore too early for a festive article, Douglas Borough Council has started decorating the town with Christmas trees and fairy lights and so, as far as I am concerned, the festive countdown is on!
DQ Advocates
The introduction of substantive equality legislation in the Isle of Man has been a long time coming; however with the introduction of the Equality Bill 2015 ("Bill"),
DQ Advocates
A leading Isle of Man employment law specialist has launched the first product of its kind to train Isle of Man workers in equality legislation.
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DQ Advocates
After 40 years of steady decline, statistics have confirmed that marriage rates across the UK are back on the rise.
DQ Advocates
According to a UK Government report, 77% of mothers surveyed had a negative or possibly discriminatory experience during pregnancy, maternity leave and/or on return from maternity leave.
DQ Advocates
This was the question that The High Court had to determine in an important case brought before it earlier this year.
DQ Advocates
Head of the top ranked employment team, Leanne McKeown, together with associate Tara Cubbon are the authors of the inaugural IOM chapter in this internationally renowned publication.
Simcocks
The recent English case of Egon Zehnder Ltd v Tillman (2017) is interesting. The defendant joined the claimant's recruitment business in 2002 on terms including a 6 month no-compete restriction.
Simcocks
Businesses need to gear up for a raft of new, far reaching social legislation that aims to ensure fair and equal treatment for all.
DQ Advocates
A leading Isle of Man employment law specialist has launched the first product of its kind to train Isle of Man workers in equality legislation.
Simcocks
In an interesting case (First Personnel Services Limited v Halfords Limited) decided at the end of 2016, a client terminated the services of a recruitment agency with which it had dealt over many years...
DQ Advocates
Following approval by Tynwald at its May 2016 sitting, the Isle of Man Government Department of Health and Social Care has issued guidance for businesses on matters to be taken into account in determining questions relating to the definition of disability.
DQ Advocates
When Bruce becomes Caitlyn, and the trouble with the toilets...
DQ Advocates
Delegates will be taken through an overview of the implications for employers of the Equality Bill 2016, which has completed its first reading and is due to be introduced into the House of Keys in October.
DQ Advocates
Obese, depressed and diabetic employees: are they disabled? Obesity, depression and diabetes are not conditions that ordinarily give rise to a view that the persons suffering are disabled.
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