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Employment law updates: important changes for employers

Employment updates covering legislation changes, new regulations and legal cases. Important updates for employers, HR professionals and in-house lawyers.
10 January 2019

What you need to know about the EU Settlement Scheme

The EU Settlement Scheme will soon begin accepting applications from EU citizens and their family members to remain in the UK after Brexit.
10 January 2019

Senior Managers and Certification Regime extension: near-final rules published

The Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) is being extended to insurers and FCA-regulated firms. We review the revised and near-final rules.
15 August 2018

Employment status: Supreme Court confirms that ‘self-employed’ plumber was a worker

In Pimlico Plumbers Ltd v Smith the Supreme Court has held that a plumber who worked under a self-employed contract, was in fact a worker, entitling him to various employment rights.

13 June 2018

Employment law timeline 2018

Our employment timeline includes the key dates for employment law reform that employers, HR professionals and in-house lawyers need to know.
22 March 2018

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Will artificial intelligence take our jobs?

We look at how artificial intelligence will affect jobs in the UK, following a recent PwC report.
16 February 2018

Countdown to GDPR: FAQs for pension trustees

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. We answer GDPR FAQs for pension trustees.
13 February 2018

Senior Managers and Certification Regime: how to prepare for the transition

We look at the FCA's timetable for transitioning into the Senior Managers and Certification Regime and the steps that firms can take to prepare for the transition.
17 January 2018

Are EU nationals living and working in the UK now safe?

We examine whether the UK government's recent ‘agreement’ with the EU means that European nationals living and working in the UK can now breathe a sigh of relief.
14 December 2017

Uber loses appeal in worker status case

The EAT has upheld an employment tribunal decision that two Uber drivers were workers, not self-employed contractors, and were therefore entitled to the national minimum wage and paid holiday.
10 November 2017

Employment contract jurisdiction: where does an employee habitually work?

What determines the jurisdiction of employment contracts where employees work in multiple countries? The ECJ has given its decision in a case concerning mobile workers in the air transport sector.
28 September 2017

Agile working – a nutshell guide for employers

Agile working has the potential to benefit employers and employees. But what do employers need to be live to when agreeing these arrangements?
03 August 2017
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