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The Taylor Review – big changes on the way for employment-related law

The Taylor Review has looked at working practices in the UK and recommended many changes to the way in which employment and worker rights should be…

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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Social media misconduct: can we dismiss an employee for damaging our reputation?

We're often asked to advise on disciplining employees who have made inappropriate comments on social media and such cases are never far from the…

Louise Singh
Louise Singh Associate

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Insisting on a multiple choice test found to be disability discrimination

The Employment Appeal Tribunal found that an organisation failed to make reasonable adjustments for a graduate job applicant with Asperger’s…


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'Sleep-ins' and the National Minimum Wage: guidance from the EAT

If your organisation relies on staff to be on call overnight, you will know that working out what they should be paid is by no means straightforward.

Nick Newman
Nick Newman Associate

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Working Time Regulations: what happens when employees have multiple jobs?

When the Working Time Regulations were formally introduced in 1998 the UK’s employment landscape looked very different. In recent years, inflation and…

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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What will the General Data Protection Regulation mean for HR?

The GDPR will come into effect on 25 May 2018 and will apply directly in all EU member states (without the need for domestic legislation).

Mark Hatfield
Mark Hatfield Partner

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Gender pay gap reporting – what you will need to do finally confirmed

The revised Regulations, which confirm exactly what employers need to do to comply with the duty to provide gender pay gap information, have been…

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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Flexible or flimsy? Employment rights and the gig economy

The TUC’s recent report ‘Living on the Edge’ paints a gloomy picture of a marginalised workforce at risk of missing out on legal protection.

Michael Ryley
Michael Ryley Partner

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