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People Analytics: The opportunities and legal risks of a brave new world

European Union - May 29 2018 The opportunities and legal risks of a brave new world Advances in technology and artificial intelligence (AI) are allowing companies to solve...

Alice Greenwell, Howard Klein, Thomas Müller-Bonanni, Klaus-Stefan Hohenstatt, Gwen Senlanne, Brechje Nollen, Luca Capone, Raquel Flórez, Rene Döring, Elmar Schnitker, Dawn Heath, Jean-François Gerard, Olga Chislova, Boris Dzida, Nicholas Squire, Caroline Stroud, Andrew Murphy, Karin Buzanich-Sommeregger, Satya Staes Polet, Charles Magoffin, Laura Chapman.


Employment tribunal fees unlawful rules Supreme Court

United Kingdom - July 26 2017 UNISON has today succeeded in its long running battle to prove that employment tribunal fees are unlawful. The Supreme Court this morning held that...

Harriet Gaillard, Nicholas Squire, Caroline Stroud.


The Future of Work: The Taylor Review Report

United Kingdom - July 13 2017 On 11 July 2017, the eagerly anticipated Taylor Review Report on modern working practices was published. Entitled 'Good Work', the Report is a fresh...

Alice Greenwell, Harriet Gaillard, Kate Pumfrey, Nicola Squire, Nicholas Squire, Caroline Stroud, Holly Insley, David Mendel.


The flexible workforce: How to reward and retain

United Kingdom - May 16 2017 The modern world of work is changing. Across the business sectors and the gig economy, companies are increasingly relying on a flexible workforce to...

Alice Greenwell, Harriet Gaillard, Kate Pumfrey, Nicholas Squire, Caroline Stroud, Holly Insley, David Mendel.


SEsCross-border mergers and Brexit - What you need to know from an employment perspective

United Kingdom, European Union - May 5 2017 The Societas Europaea (SE) regime was introduced in the EU in 2004 - it permits a company to reform as an European public limited liability company...

Thomas Müller-Bonanni, Gwen Senlanne, Brechje Nollen, Luca Capone, Raquel Flórez, Karin Buzanich-Sommeregger, Satya Staes Polet.