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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 1 Feb 2023

British citizens on business travel in the Schengen Area: case study for Belgium

British citizens can enter and stay in the countries of the Schengen Area for 90 days in any 180-day period without having to apply for a short-term visa. However, this visa exemption does not give British citizens the right to work within the Schengen Area: the right to work or conduct business in the Schengen Area must be verified on a case-by-case basis. This article focuses on the......
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 1 Feb 2023

Prioritise the planet in 2023: climate resolutions for HR

Reports indicate that the United Kingdom is currently a long way off track to meet its interim target to reduce carbon emissions in 2030 by least 68% compared with 1990 levels. But climate remains a top concern for gen Z and millennials, with one recent survey showing nearly half saying that they are pushing their employers to do more. Tackling climate change should arguably be on the agenda......
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Lewis Silkin LLP | Ireland | 1 Feb 2023

What's happening in immigration in Ireland in 2023

In 2022, there were several interesting developments in the immigration landscape in Ireland that will be of interest to employers. This article looks at what developments employers and investors should look out for in the immigration space in Ireland in 2023 that may impact their workforce planning and operations or investment planning.
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 25 Jan 2023

Monitoring British citizens' travel in the Schengen Area: EES and ETIAS

Soon, monitoring travel within the Schengen Area will significantly improve with the implementation of new information technology systems. This article focuses on how the implementation of the Entry/Exit System and the European Travel Information and Authorisation System is likely to affect British travellers.
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 25 Jan 2023

New bill to mandate minimum service levels during public service strikes

Faced by entrenched pay disputes across the UK public sector and railway network, the government is proposing to expand and simplify its previously announced reforms and introduce minimum service levels during strikes across a range of public services. The intention of the Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill is to ensure a minimum level of service is provided during certain public sector......
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 18 Jan 2023

What's happening in immigration law in 2023?

πŸ•‘ 16 minutes Employers may receive mixed messages on immigration in 2023 as the government grapples with addressing skills shortages while aiming to bring down net migration. As the recession bites, the Home Office may step up compliance activities for sponsors and on right to work. This article explores some of the main themes that are expected to be seen across the year.
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Lewis Silkin LLP | Ireland | 18 Jan 2023

New regulations in Ireland on transparent and predictable working conditions

πŸ•‘ 6 minutes The European Union (Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions) Regulations 2022 recently became law without much attention, notwithstanding that they include some significant obligations on employers which require their immediate attention. This article sets out the key provisions and changes of which employers in Ireland should be aware.
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 18 Jan 2023

What's happening in employment law in Northern Ireland in 2023?

πŸ•‘ 10 minutes With the continuing lack of a functioning Executive and Assembly in Northern Ireland, employment law remains more or less in stalemate. That said, the active post-Brexit reform agenda impacts Northern Ireland and the decision in an important holiday pay case is expected. This article presents a round-up of what to expect.
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Lewis Silkin LLP | Ireland | 11 Jan 2023

What's happening in employment law in Ireland in 2023?

πŸ•‘ 12 minutes The whirlwind of workplace and employment law developments that took place in 2022 is set to continue with multiple proposals for reform in the pipeline, including requirements on employers to deal with flexible and remote work requests, the introduction of a national living wage and other reforms flowing from the European Union. This article presents a round-up of what to expect.
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Jan 2023

What's happening in employment law in 2023?

πŸ•‘ 13 minutes There is a lot happening in employment law all of a sudden. 2023 looks set to be a year in which major employment law changes are shaped and fleshed out. From the post-Brexit reform agenda to a series of private members' bills, key case law decisions to other planned developments, there is much change on the horizon, and little time to get to grips with it. This article presents......
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