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Hirers retain flexibility as agency worker claim denied by the Court of Appeal

United Kingdom - August 7 2019 In a decision that will be welcomed by employers with a requirement to use agency workers to fill staffing gaps as work fluctuates, the Court of...

Gender Pay Gap Reporting: latest developments

United Kingdom - February 26 2019 As the deadline of 4 April 2019 for the second annual gender pay report looms, the last few months have seen a flurry of reports and guidance...

Brexit - what employers need to know

United Kingdom, European Union - February 16 2017 Before the Brexit referendum in June 2016, some made dramatic predictions of “a bonfire of workers’ rights”. Fast forward a few months, and the...

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Disability discrimination: making reasonable adjustments

United Kingdom - March 24 2016 Employers are obliged to make reasonable adjustments to assist disabled employees, under section 20 of the Equality Act 2010. This duty, whilst...

2016 - what’s expected in employment law?

United Kingdom - January 27 2016 Employment law rarely stands still, and the pace of change is set to continue in 2016. Below is a look ahead at what to expect in employment law for...