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neonatal

A new right to neonatal care leave and pay?

The Government has announced that it is backing a Private Members Bill that will allowView Article

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April 2022 – are you ready for increases in payments?

A number of statutory payments will increase in April 2022.  We have set out belowView Article

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April 2022
gendered impact

Changes to flexible working and redundancy protection?

The Government has published its response to the report of the Women and Equalities CommitteeView Article

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Is it discrimination to pay less for shared parental leave than for adoption leave?

Direct sex discrimination occurs where, because of sex, an employer treats an employee less favourablyView Article

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shared parental leave
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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Parental bereavement leave entitlement from April

From 6 April, employees who lose a child under the age of 18, or sufferView Article

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bereavement
top five employment

Top five employment law cases of 2019

As another year draws to an end, we pick our top five important employment lawView 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
redundancy protection

Extended redundancy protection for women and new parents

Before making a woman on maternity leave redundant, an employer must offer her a suitableView Article

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Clarity on whether it is discriminatory to fail to enhance shared parental pay

The Court of Appeal has now given guidance on whether it is discriminatory for employersView Article

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shared parental pay