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Government takes first steps to tighten reporting requirements on modern slavery

United Kingdom - March 16 2021 The government has now created its own central register for modern slavery statements, in line with one of the commitments it made in response to its…

Niamh Morrison

Modern slavery: Firms face tougher stance on transparency in supply chains

United Kingdom - September 30 2020 The government has published its long-awaited response to the consultation on proposed changes to the requirements for transparency in supply chains…

Niamh Morrison

Working time - another area of tension between European and UK employment law

European Union, United Kingdom - May 24 2019 A recent decision by the ECJ has highlighted another area where UK employment law is inconsistent with European law. This follows on from earlier…

Gary Henderson

Court of Appeal provides clarity on shared parental pay

United Kingdom - May 6 2019 The Court of Appeal has ruled that there was no discrimination where men taking shared parental leave did not receive enhanced rates of pay in…

Eleni Sideris

Employment law changes in April 2019

United Kingdom - April 5 2019 The advent of Spring brings with it longer evenings, (supposedly) warmer weather, and the annual changes to rates and limits in employment law. The…

Matthew Davis, Emily Pepper