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IR35: Off Pay-Roll Working In The Private Sector – Are You Ready?
As announced in the 2018 Budget, the public sector off-payroll working rules will be extended to the private sector from 6 April 2020, after a public consultation due to take place this year.
UK
6 Mar 2019
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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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‘Good Work' Report – 10 Key Points For Employers From The Government's Response To The Taylor Review
From confronting the challenges of the gig economy and modern ways of working, to enhancing employment protections and ensuring vulnerable workers ...
UK
12 Feb 2018
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GDPR - 10 Key Questions For Employers
Data protection laws will be changing from 25 May next year.
UK
8 Sep 2017
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Striking Changes To Trade Union Laws Are On Their Way
The Trade Union Act 2016 was passed in May 2016 but given that 2017 started with a series of strikes affecting both the public and private sectors, many will wonder what difference the new Act has made.
UK
17 Jan 2017
6
UPDATE: Final Rules On Regulatory References Published
Firms have been waiting for the PRA and FCA to publish their final rules on regulatory references.
UK
12 Oct 2016
7
October Changes In Employment Law - September 23, 2016
There has been much speculation over the last three months as to the extent to which UK employment law will be affected by the Brexit decision.
UK
27 Sep 2016
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Bringing Sexist Dress Codes To Heel…
Recently, a company hit the headlines in the UK for all the wrong reasons after the agency it used to supply reception staff, sent a female staff member home because she was refused to wear high heels.
UK
20 Jun 2016
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Euro 2016: It's Not Too Late To Prepare
National sporting events can be a big morale booster but they can also disrupt the workplace if not managed properly.
UK
14 Jun 2016
10
What's New In Employment Law: April 2016?
On 1 April 2016, the Government is introducing its much flaunted National Living Wage. Employees aged 25 and over will be entitled to be paid a new hourly rate of £7.20 per hour, to rise to £9 per hour by 2020.
UK
7 Apr 2016
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Supreme Court Finds Employer Vicariously Liable For Serious Customer Assault By Its Employee
The Supreme Court has this week considered whether Morrison's was responsible for an allegedly unprovoked attack by a Morrison's employee on a customer at a Morrison petrol station.
UK
10 Mar 2016
12
Medical Emergency: Three Strikes For Contractual Changes
Today marks the first in a trio of planned union action by Junior Doctors over changes to their contractual terms and conditions.
UK
14 Jan 2016
13
What To Watch Out For In 2016: Trade Union Reform
The Government's proposals on trade union reform have been a topical issue throughout 2015 and have developed into draft legislation following consultations; 2016 will see their implementation.
UK
23 Dec 2015
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What To Watch Out For In 2016: Modern Slavery Statements
Many organisations conducting business in the UK consider that the new rules requiring the publication of an annual "slavery and human trafficking statement" will not apply to them.
UK
15 Dec 2015
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What's Coming Up In 2016
In the run up to the New Year we will be looking at the key issues affecting employers in 2016 and what you need to know to stay ahead.
UK
24 Nov 2015
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Trade Union Reform: Consultation Response On Picketing Reforms Published
In what was described in the FT as a "climb down", the Government has published its response to its consultation on "tackling intimidation of non-striking workers".
UK
13 Nov 2015
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Modern Slavery Statement Rules In Force Today
New rules in force today require companies with a turnover of £36 million or more to produce a "slavery and human trafficking statement" at the end of each financial year.
UK
5 Nov 2015
18
Trade Union Reform: Some Key Thoughts
Everyone on the employer side interested in trade union reform is now well versed in relation to the changes that the Government is currently proposing.
UK
30 Oct 2015
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Trade Union Reform – Latest Update
The Government's proposals for trade union reform are being published today. Several public consultations are also to be launched today covering particular controversial aspects of the proposals.
UK
17 Jul 2015
20
The Gender Pay Gap, And The Latest Government Plans
2020 will see the 50 year anniversary of equal pay laws in the UK. The aim behind the introduction of these laws back in 1970 was to remove any differentials in pay between women and men doing the same, or equivalent work.
UK
16 Jul 2015
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