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On Friday 30 September, the States of Guernsey voted to approve The Prevention of Discrimination (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2022 (the Ordinance), subject to a number of amendments.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Government has laid the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill in Parliament. This could theoretically lead to significant changes in key areas of employment law discussed below...
Isle of Man
Advocate Chris Brooks, Consultant and Head of Litigation at Simcocks Advocates answers questions on whistleblowing, which is in the news following two decisions of the Isle of Man Equality...
Gowling WLG
The circumstances in which trustees of occupational pension schemes can or should treat historic underpayments as forfeit have become a focus of attention following the decisions of the High Court in Lloyds and Axminster.
Whistleblowing training can help improve business compliance with anti-fraud and anti-discrimination legislation, as well as dovetailing into an organisations' Environmental Social Governance (ESG) policy.
Giambrone & Partners
The past two the three years have seen the biggest changes to the workplace in recent years, from Zoom meetings to hybrid working.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Decision means Tesco may proceed with a ‘fire and rehire' process to withdraw benefits.
Bindmans LLP
Let's Have A Conversation About…Redundancy
Gowling WLG
Jason Coates chaired this second session focusing on protecting the scheme and its members in a distressed employer situation. Rachel Croft discusses her experience in this situation...
Mayer Brown
Among possibly more eye-catching headlines, last week the Chancellor made a significant announcement in respect of the IR35 reforms by announcing that these will be repealed from 6 April 2023.
Littler Mendelson
In response to rising inflation, the French and UK governments have instituted various measures that affect employers.
Withers LLP
This includes significant parts of the body of employment rights that has built up over the last 50 years.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Some UK pension schemes are being forced to try and meet large (and immediate) margin calls, of up to £100 million, on the interest rate derivatives and asset swaps they hold as part of their liability driven investment (LDI) strategies.
Lewis Silkin
The Home Office has stated that from 1 October 2022, the adjusted manual right to work check process will end.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Suspending an employee pending a disciplinary investigation is a process which requires careful thought at the outset and proactive management to minimise risks to the employer and employee.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Chancellor has announced the following changes of particular interest to HR and employment lawyers...
Osborne Clarke
Welcome to our latest Coffee Break in which we look at the latest legal and practical developments for employers.
Osborne Clarke
Companies granting tax-advantaged EMI options typically agree a valuation with HMRC Shares Valuation prior to the grant of options.
Waterfront Solicitors LLP
On 6 July 2022 the London Central Employment Tribunal ("ET") issued its judgment in the case of Maya Forstater v CGD Europe and others. This judgment follows the finding of the Employment Appeal Tribunal...
Waterfront Solicitors LLP
At Waterfront, our specialist employment & HR lawyers advise on settlement agreements every week but for our employee clients, signing such an agreement can be a once-in-a-lifetime event.
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