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Business schools and the new apprenticeship levy

United Kingdom - May 10 2018 We have previously blogged on whether the levy, now having been in force for a year, has worked. Our view is that it has not been as successful as it...


Zero hours contracts on the rise

United Kingdom - May 9 2018 This time last year zero hours contracts were in the news because the fast food giant McDonald’s offered employment contracts containing fixed hours...


Cancer research to pay interns

United Kingdom - March 22 2018 We previously blogged on whether unpaid internships should be a thing of the past, after Chris Holmes called for a ban on unpaid internships lasting...


Costs following injunction application - watch out

United Kingdom - March 22 2018 The High Court held in Marcura Equities v. Nisomar Ventures Ltd that, in principle, claimants are entitled to an award of significant costs even where...


The Government’s response to the Taylor Review

European Union - February 21 2018 The Taylor Review (or, to use its formal title, the Review of Modern Working Practices) was published back in July 2017 and made over 50...