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Our monthly review of key cases and new law affecting employers

United Kingdom - May 4 2016 For our April monthly update, we thought it would be helpful to consider the introduction of the National Living Wage that came into force at the...

Nicholas Robertson.


Pay transparency and equality in the workplace

United Kingdom - May 5 2015 There are a range of proposals in the manifestos relating to pay transparency and gender equality. For example, the Conservatives, Labour and Lib...

Louise Fernandes-Owen, Nicholas Robertson.


National Minimum Wage and the Living Wage

United Kingdom - May 5 2015 In relation to pay, all parties have expressed their support for the National Minimum Wage (the "NMW"), as well as the Living Wage. The Lib Dems have...

Louise Fernandes-Owen, Nicholas Robertson.


Employment Tribunal fees and reforms

United Kingdom - May 5 2015 Given the controversy surrounding Employment Tribunal fees, it is not surprising that they feature in the manifestos. Labour states that it will...

Louise Fernandes-Owen, Nicholas Robertson.


General Election 2015 what do the manifestos say?

United Kingdom - May 5 2015 With only 2 days to go to the General Election, this month's Employment Round-Up takes a look at the recently published party manifestos and the...

Louise Fernandes-Owen, Nicholas Robertson.