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Post-Brexit immigration: Guidance on points-based visa route and salary thresholds

Back in September 2018, the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) published its recommendations to the Government regarding the shape and structure of…

Mandy Higgins
Mandy Higgins Partner
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Keeping Cupid in check - dealing with relationships in the workplace

With Valentine’s Day approaching, it seems an appropriate time to consider potential problems that may arise from workplace romances.

Andrew Forrest
Andrew Forrest Principal Associate

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Securing settled status – How far does the employer’s duty go?

EU nationals currently working and living in the UK must now secure settled or pre-settled status

Ingrid McGhee
Ingrid McGhee Partner

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Sexual harassment and harassment at work – EHRC’s technical guidance

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has focussed its attention on the much anticipated “Sexual Harassment and Harassment at Work – Technical…

Ingrid McGhee
Ingrid McGhee Partner

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Jack's Law: Government announce paid bereavement leave for parents who lose a child

Today it has been announced that new Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay Regulations will implement a statutory right to a minimum of 2 weeks’ leave…

Ingrid McGhee
Ingrid McGhee Partner

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Future Immigration Policy

With a Conservative majority is Future Immigration Policy in the UK now clear? The simple answer to this is no. It is still unclear what the future…

Mandy Higgins
Mandy Higgins Partner

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CEST la vie - Check employment status for tax tool

The updated HMRC CEST tool to help determine whether a contractor is inside or outside the scope of IR35 is finally here.

Chris Bailey-Gibbs
Chris Bailey-Gibbs Associate

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Weightmans welcomes employment team in Scotland

Employment duo Ingrid McGhee and Steven Harte join the firm’s Glasgow office

Ingrid McGhee
Ingrid McGhee Partner

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