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General Election 2017 – key employment law proposals

We set out some of the key employment law proposals in the Election manifestos of the three main parties for the forthcoming General Election.
30 May 2017

Gender pay gap reporting – regulations now in force

The Gender Pay Gap Information Regulations are now in force. We set out the requirements for employers.
06 April 2017

Off-payroll working in the public sector: a shift in responsibility

Public authorities engaging workers through intermediaries may soon become responsible for deducting tax and NICs from payments made to those intermediaries. Employers' NICs may also be payable.
07 March 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Virgin Active on sale of 16 Clubs to David Lloyd Leisure

A cross-firm team of Burges Salmon experts advised on the sale, expected to complete in Q2 2017.  
13 February 2017

Senior Management Regime: top tier enforcement risks

The regulatory focus on individuals continues: in the first of a series of blogs we summarise the risks for top-tier individuals holding Senior Management Functions.
16 December 2016

Publication

In Focus – Autumn 2016

In the Autumn edition of In Focus, our quarterly employment law update, we look at the Gender Pay Gap Information Regulations and the high profile ASDA equal pay claims.
01 December 2016

Workers on boards: update

Theresa May confirms there will be no mandatory regime.
22 November 2016

Publication

How to deal with an employee who makes, or requests to make, a recording of a meeting

Employers should develop a clear strategy for responding to requests to record work meetings. James Green gives guidance on possible scenarios.
18 November 2016

Publication

Tips for handling health and disability issues in the recruitment process

The Equality Act 2010 introduced a ban on asking candidates about their state of health before a job offer is made. Katie Wooller looks at some of the more difficult issues this raises for employers.
18 November 2016

Reforms to public sector exit payments

The government recently published its response to the consultation on reforms to public sector exit payments. In this briefing, we explain what changes are now expected, when and what you should do.
08 November 2016

Uber drivers pass go in 'workers' test case

An employment tribunal has found that, under the Uber business model, two drivers were workers, not self-employed contractors, and were therefore entitled to national minimum wage and paid holiday.
02 November 2016

Bakery guilty of discrimination over gay marriage cake – Lee v Ashers Bakery

The Northern Ireland Court of Appeal has found that a bakery directly discriminated against a customer by refusing to make a cake with a slogan supporting same-sex marriage.
28 October 2016

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