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Modern Slavery Act - There may be trouble ahead: second interim report into transparency in supply chains

United Kingdom - March 7 2019 Having blazed a trail in 2015 enacting the Modern Slavery Act (MSA), the Government remains focused on perfecting the legislation and its proper...

Ian Hunter, Simon Shooter.


Key takeaways from the Government's "Good Work Plan"

United Kingdom - January 30 2019 Following Matthew Taylor's 2017 review of Modern Working Practices, the UK Government has provided further detail on its plans to reform and "future...

Alison Dixon.


New Year, new you! Some suggested HR resolutions for 2019

United Kingdom - January 30 2019 With 2019 in full swing and talk of New Year's resolutions fills our inboxes and newsfeeds, and while coffee break chat turns to what's next, January...

Jonathan Goldsworthy, Sam Rayner, Francesca Hall.


UK Employment Law case updates - October 2018

United Kingdom - October 11 2018 The first-tier tax tribunal has held that a large group of professional football referees should be classified as self-employed for tax purposes...

Ian Hunter, Sam Rayner, James Froud.


UK Employment Law case updates - September 2018

United Kingdom - October 2 2018 The EAT has clarified that whether a claimant's "protected act" (such as a complaint of discrimination under the Equality Act 2010) is made in bad...

Ian Hunter, Sam Rayner, James Froud.