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Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom, European Union | 19 Jul 2019

How responsible business is driving the regulatory agenda, and what’s on the horizon

Responsible business, sustainable business, ethical trading, ESG (environmental, social, governance) - however you choose to term it - is moving up

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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP | United Kingdom | 19 Jul 2019

HR Two Minute Monthly: shared parental pay, holiday pay calculations and whistleblowing

Our July update considers recent developments in employment law, including cases on shared parental pay, holiday pay calculations and whistleblowing

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Constangy Brooks Smith & Prophete LLP | USA | 19 Jul 2019

Ten ways employers get themselves sued (Part One)

In medicine, sometimes the practices that get people in trouble are pretty simple. Too many nachos, and not enough leafy greens

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Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom, European Union | 17 Jul 2019

Regulatory Outlook Employment & Contingent Workforce July 2019

HMRC have published draft legislation fort the 2020 off-payroll IR35 tax reforms. The proposed regime is largely modelled on those introduced already

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Clyde & Co LLP | United Kingdom | 17 Jul 2019

Top 5 recent workplace developments - July 2019

The Supreme Court (the UK's highest court) has ruled that courts can in effect delete any part of a restriction in an employment contract that is too

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Ius Laboris | Global | 17 Jul 2019

Italy contributions from other countries - Gender Pay Gap Reporting Obligations

The gender pay gap is an issue common to workplaces across the world, but methods of tackling it vary widely. This article, first published by

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Fieldfisher (Ireland) | Ireland | 17 Jul 2019

Women only posts created in University sector

Since 21 June this year, women only posts have been introduced in the higher education sector through a special initiative, with an aim of dealing

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Travers Smith LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 12 Jul 2019

Employment Update - July 2019

The FIFA Women's World Cup has brought the gender pay gap back into the spotlight. It has been reported that the winning US team had, at the

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Dentons | United Kingdom | 12 Jul 2019

Is ethnic pay gap reporting on the horizon?

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) released an analysis this week of ethnicity pay gaps in the UK using earnings data from the Annual Population

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LK Shields | Ireland | 12 Jul 2019

Employment Legislation Update January - June 2019

This Act amends the Parental Leave Act 1998 to extend the current entitlement of parents to parental leave from 18 weeks to 26 weeks. The extension

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