Employment law

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Join us at SUMMER SCHOOL!

Take up this excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in a particular subject area and return to your organisation equipped to make an impact!

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Employment Law Update - May 2017

Employment Law Update - May 2017

In this update we will take a look at what has been happening recently in the area of Employment Law. April is often a big month for change and this year is no exception. At this time of year there are lots of updates landing in our inboxes and it is hard to keep track of everything that is happening. To make sure you are up to speed with recent changes, here are the headlines...

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Employment Law Update - March 2017

Employment Law Update - March 2017

The new apprenticeship levy begins on 6 April 2017 and will require those employers in the UK who have a payroll bill over £3 million to contribute and invest in apprenticeships. In addition, there will be changes to how apprenticeship training is funded. Key points about the new scheme are provided below

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Employment Law Update - January 2017

Employment Law Update - January 2017

Last month the Government published the final details of the gender pay gap reporting regulations. Many of the provisions outlined in the draft regulations have been adopted, however there are some changes which are of particular note to all employers.

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Employment Law Update - November 2016

Employment Law Update - November 2016

Just because an individual pays tax and national insurance as a ‘self-employed’ person, does not automatically mean they are actually self-employed rather than an employee. What matters is what happens in practice about how they work, who decides what work they do and what they are expected to do by the employer. Read more...

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Employment Law Update - September 2016

Employment Law Update - September 2016

It is almost six months since the introduction of the national living wage in the UK. This update takes a brief look at the recent employment practices and issues and evaluates the potential link to this change.

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