Legal Influencer

Q2 | 2019

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UK: Government’s plans to ‘sunset’ retained EU law could have significant impact on employment law

European Union, United Kingdom - September 27 2022 The Government has laid the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill in Parliament. This could theoretically lead to significant changes in key…

UK: mini-budget highlights for employers

United Kingdom - September 23 2022 The 2017 (public sector) and 2021 (private sector) reforms to the off-payroll working rules will be repealed from 6 April 2023. Workers providing…

UK: tribunal rulings extend scope of protected philosophical beliefs

United Kingdom - September 16 2022 Employers should keep a watchful eye on the steady stream of cases challenging the boundaries of the protection for philosophical and religious…

UK: pandemic-related leave policy was not discriminatory

United Kingdom - September 15 2022 Employers who put in place advantageous leave policies for those needing to shield or look after children during the pandemic lockdowns will not be…

UK: holiday for part-year workers cannot be proportionately reduced to reflect non-working weeks

United Kingdom - July 29 2022 The Supreme Court has upheld the decision of the Court of Appeal and EAT in Brazel v The Harper Trust that employers must calculate paid holiday…