Working from home

Working from home permanently: the employment law options

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, many employees have been temporarily working remotely. With news that GovernmentView Article

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On demand webinar – the return to work and restructuring the workforce

You can now view the recording of our webinar on the return to work andView Article

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April 2020

Changes to employment law in April: what do employers need to know?

Issues relating to Coronavirus are high on the agenda for most employers at the moment,View Article

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Is a dismissed employee entitled to compensation for loss of Permanent Health Insurance benefits?

Employers often provide their employees with permanent health insurance (PHI)  during periods of long termView Article

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Non-disclosure agreement

When is a non-disclosure agreement appropriate?

The use of non-disclosure agreements, particularly in the context of allegations of sexual harassment, hasView Article

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Employment Law and the Queen’s speech, December 2019

On 19 December 2019, the Queen’s Speech was delivered at the opening of Parliament.  ItView Article

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The Queen's Speech
Good Work Plan

Are you preparing for changes in April 2020?

The Good Work Plan was published in December 2018 and sets out the Government’s proposalsView Article

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Compensation for failure to provide a section 1 statement?

Employers currently have an obligation to provide employees whose employment is to continue for moreView Article

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section 1 statement
Employment law

Employment law reforms on the horizon

The Government has announced a series of proposed changes to employment law.  The announcement takesView Article

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Is removal of a contractual travel allowance following a TUPE transfer void?

Prior to January 2014, the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) providedView Article

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