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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 Read more
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 Read more
Changes to flexible working and redundancy protection?
The Government has published its response to the report of the Women and Equalities CommitteeView Article Read more
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 Read more
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 Read more
Parental bereavement leave entitlement from April
From 6 April, employees who lose a child under the age of 18, or sufferView Article Read more
Top five employment law cases of 2019
As another year draws to an end, we pick our top five important employment lawView Article Read more
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 Read more
Extended redundancy protection for women and new parents
Before making a woman on maternity leave redundant, an employer must offer her a suitableView Article Read more
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 Read more