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Claire Darbourne Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

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Flexible working – achieving a work-life balance – employees’ rights in the UK *

United Kingdom - September 16 2014
The right of employees to request flexible working (i.e. To change the number of hours worked or the time or place when those hours are worked) was…

What rights do employees have on redundancy in the UK? *

United Kingdom - June 12 2014
Whilst redundancies may be unavoidable, employers must think ahead when planning redundancies in order to avoid the additional burden of costly…

Whistleblowing – what protection do employees have in the UK? *

United Kingdom - May 13 2014
Due to recent scandals in the UK around insider dealing, interest rate fixing, blacklisting and cartels, the subject of "whistleblowing" has become a…

Co-authors: Lindsey Hooper.

Parental rights in the UK are set to change *

United Kingdom - March 5 2014
At the end of last year we summarised the current statutory rights of parents to family leave in the UK. These are due to change within the next year…

Monitoring your employees’ use of technology *

Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, South Africa, United Kingdom - December 20 2011
It has become increasingly common for organisations to incorporate the use of social media into their business strategies.

Co-authors: Leanne Nickels, Laure Joncour, Karen Ainslie, Natalie Caton, Katrin Scheicht.

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