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Top 5 Recent Workplace Developments – July 2019
This is our selection of the recent developments which we think will have the most significant impact on HR practice.
UK
25 Jul 2019
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#Metoo: Recommendations On Confidentiality Clauses In Discrimination And Harassment Cases
Following the Women and Equalities Select Committee's report on sexual harassment in the workplace in July 2018
UK
11 Jul 2019
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Useful Court Guidance On Dealing With Subject Access Requests
The High Court recently ruled that the information provided in response to a subject access request (SAR) was inadequate and ordered the data controller to provide significant further information.
UK
22 May 2019
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Top 5 Recent Workplace Developments - March 2019
We set out details of 5 developments that could have a significant impact on HR practice.
UK
21 Mar 2019
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Positive Discrimination – White Heterosexual Man Wins Discrimination Claim
An employment tribunal has found that a white heterosexual man suffered discrimination on the grounds of race, sex and sexual orientation ...
UK
8 Mar 2019
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Government Plans To Boost Protection For Pregnant Women And New Parents Returning To Work
The government has launched a new consultation on plans to extend the redundancy protection for pregnant women and new mothers, so that it continues for six months after parents return to work from maternity and other extended family leave.
UK
1 Feb 2019
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Top 5 Recent Workplace Law Developments - January 2019
We set out details of 5 developments that could have a significant impact on HR practice.
UK
24 Jan 2019
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The Government's "Good Work Plan": Key Points For Employers
The Government has announced that it will make a range of policy changes and introduce new laws to provide new protections for employees and workers
UK
2 Jan 2019
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The Government's "Good Work Plan": Key Points For Employers
The Government has announced that it will make a range of policy changes and introduce new laws to provide new protections for employees and workers.
UK
2 Jan 2019
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What's New For 2019?
This update summarises the key developments for HR managers to look out for in 2019
UK
18 Dec 2018
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Managing The Staff Christmas Party
The Christmas bash is often the only work event that embraces everyone in the business, and throws together individuals with polarised social, religious and political beliefs.
UK
10 Dec 2018
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Government Proposals On Mandatory Ethnicity Pay Reporting
Last year, the Government expressed a preference for voluntary, business-led ethnicity reporting. But as only a small number of businesses have published ethnicity pay gap data, and comparability...
UK
19 Oct 2018
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Employers' Countdown To The World Cup Kick Off
The 2018 World Cup kicks off on Thursday 14 June. Given that many matches on weekdays start at 7pm, employers may think that World Cup fever will not impact on them.
UK
7 Jun 2018
14
GDPR After 25 May: What Does This Mean For HR?
HR teams have been working towards getting their processes ready to comply with the new data protection laws from 25 May 2018, when the GDPR comes into force...
UK
24 May 2018
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UK - CABLE: Current Awareness Bulletin
A new father wanted to take shared parental leave (SPL) to care for his baby because the mother had received medical advice to return to work so she could recover from postnatal depression -
UK
19 Sep 2017
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Queen's Speech 2017: Employment Issues
This note looks at the key issues for employers in the recent Queen's Speech. The Queen outlined the laws the minority Government intends to introduce (or carry over into) the 2017-19 Parliamentary session.
UK
18 Sep 2017
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Gender Pay Gap Reporting – Government Guidance
The Government and Acas have issued draft guidance to assist employers with gender pay gap reporting.
UK
15 Feb 2017
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What To Watch Out For In 2016: Gender Pay Reporting
One of the most publicised employment related issues for 2016 is undoubtedly the proposed requirement for large employers to publish information showing the pay of male and female employees in their organisation.
UK
30 Nov 2015
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Five Significant Developments For UK Employers
Mark Hammerton, Partner and Corinna Harris, Professional Support Lawyer, based in Clyde & Co's Manchester and London offices respectively consider some key decisions and developments for employers.
UK
26 Oct 2015
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October Changes In Employment Law
2015 has already seen the introduction of potentially significant changes for HR professionals, most notably the introduction of Shared Parental Leave.
UK
7 Oct 2015
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