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Employment law round up

Key employment law developments affecting food and farming.
25 July 2016


Behaving badly

Employers need to tread carefully in situations where disparity of treatment arises. Associate Natalie Jeffries looks at the lessons learned from key cases.
08 July 2016

Employee dress codes

There has recently been a lot of publicity about the enforcement of dress codes at work. We examine recent controversies and cases about workplace attire.
07 July 2016

Brexit in the workplace

With emotions running high following the Brexit vote, we consider some practical steps employers can take now to help diffuse tension and maintain workplace calm.
29 June 2016

Brexit: what next for the food and drink sector?

What does the referendum vote to withdraw from the EU mean for Food and Drink businesses, and what happens next?
24 June 2016

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Virgin Active on sale of 35 gyms and health clubs

Burges Salmon has advised Virgin Active on the sale of up to 35 gyms and health clubs to Nuffield Health, led by a cross-firm team comprising corporate, real estate, commercial and employment support.
20 June 2016

Brexit: the potential implications for UK employment law

Now that the majority have voted to leave the EU in the UK's recent referendum, our employment team summarises the potential impact of Brexit on employment laws in the UK.
17 June 2016

Protection of posted construction workers

Construction workers who are posted to the UK from another EU Member State will soon enjoy additional rights under new regulations. We explain what the regulations mean for the construction sector.
15 June 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Welcome to Employment Edit: this fortnight's updates cover the immigration bill, enterprise bill, freedom of expression and human rights.
19 May 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Welcome to Employment Edit: this fortnight's updates cover the Trade Union Bill, holiday pay, gender pay reporting and restrictive covenants. 
05 May 2016


Sickness absence: four steps to spotting and dealing with malingerers

How do HR manage employees whose absence patterns suggest they are malingerers? Catharine Cooksley, looks at recent legal cases and provides four steps employers can take to deal with the problem.
27 April 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

This fortnight's updates cover religious discrimination, national minimum wage and living wage, data protection and recruitment. 
21 April 2016

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