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Your Brexit New Year Resolutions

9 March 2020

Now that the UK has officially left the European Union, what are your (slightly belated) Brexit New Year Resolutions? Here are our five key steps to Brexit-proof your business: 1. Don’t panic! There w... read more

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Your Brexit New Year Resolutions

Employment Law Update breakfast meeting

11 February 2020

Join us at our Employment Law Update on Thursday 5th March 2020. The event will start at 8.30 a.m. (arrivals from 8.00 a.m.) and will be held at the Holiday Inn, Emerson, Washington, NE37 1LB; proceed... read more

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Employment Law Update breakfast meeting

Long term sickness and holiday entitlement

18 December 2019

We recently spotted a court ruling relating to long term sickness and holiday entitlement that might give you some food for thought. The ruling (which was made by The Court of Justice of the European ... read more

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Long term sickness and holiday entitlement

Christa Ackroyd loses IR35 appeal

5 November 2019

Former BBC presenter Christa Ackroyd has lost her appeal against a ruling that she was an employee, not a freelance contractor, when she worked for the BBC via a personal service company. The IR35 rul... read more

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Christa Ackroyd loses IR35 appeal

Legal Update

17 October 2019

It is that time of the year when we take time out to consider recent and upcoming employment legislation together with the implications of recent Employment Tribunal (ET) decisions. We hope that you f... read more

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Legal Update

Vegetarianism – is it a Belief Under the Equality Act?

30 September 2019

The Tribunal held at a preliminary hearing in Conisbee v Crossley Farms Ltd and others that vegetarianism was not a belief qualifying for protection under the Equality Act 2010. In this case, Mr Conis... read more

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Vegetarianism – is it a Belief Under the Equality Act?

Holiday pay claims on the rise as over a million workers are getting no paid leave at all

15 August 2019

The holiday season is in full flow. Whilst many are enjoying a Summer break, recent research shows that not all workers are receiving their holiday entitlement as they should. UK workers are entitled ... read more

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Holiday pay claims on the rise as over a million workers are getting no paid leave at all

Holiday Pay - recent legal decisions

17 July 2019

With the holiday season now upon us, it is timely to consider two recent decisions in the seemingly endless stream of holiday pay cases that we have witnessed in recent years. Must holiday pay include... read more

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Holiday Pay - recent legal decisions

Introducing the Good Work Plan Changes

29 April 2019

Removal of the Swedish Derogation The Agency Workers (Amendment) Regulations 2019 (the “Regulations”) were made on 28 March 2019 and will come into force on 6 April 2020. The practical effect of the R... read more

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Introducing the Good Work Plan Changes

Government Releases its Good Work Plan

18 December 2018

BREAKING NEWS: Government Releases its Good Work Plan and Commits to “largest upgrade in a generation to workplace rights”! The Good Work Plan (“the Plan”) has been released by the Government along wi... read more

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/largest-upgrade-in-a-generation-to-workplace-rights-getting-work
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Government Releases its Good Work Plan
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