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Firefighter Rudy and the working time mystery

Do you have workers who are on-call and may need to come into work when called, even when they are off-site? It can be difficult to know when they…

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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Redundancy pay (and other statutory limits) to rise again

It has been confirmed that statutory redundancy pay will rise from April 2018.

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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Can you rely on a medical report which says your employee does not have a disability?

When do you know that your employee has a disability? In an important case on knowledge of disability, the Court of Appeal has provided some…

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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“Good Work” – the Government’s response to the Taylor review could lead to significant changes for all employers

The Government has responded to last year’s Taylor review, with their paper called “Good Work”, alongside four separate and far-reaching consultation…

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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Clarity for employers on EU citizens’ rights following Brexit

Finally, some clarity has been provided for employers in relation to the rights which EU & UK citizens will have as a result of Brexit.

Elaine McIlroy - Glasgow employment lawyer
Elaine Mcllroy Partner

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The Autumn Budget and Owner Managed Businesses - what will happen to IR35?

The Chancellor will reveal his Autumn Budget on 22 November 2017, ushering in a return to a single annual budget...

Haydn Rogan
Haydn Rogan Partner

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Mind the Gap – Employers reminded of reporting deadline on Equal Pay Day 2017

As Equal Pay Day arrives on the same day as last year, its clear there’s some way to go to address the gender pay gap to avoid long term reputational…

Jawaid Rehman
Jawaid Rehman Partner

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LEGAL COMMENT: Uber loses appeal in landmark employment rights case

Global taxi company Uber has lost its appeal against a ruling that its drivers should be classed as workers, rather than self-employed.

Lee Rogers
Lee Rogers Associate

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