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Employment and Pensions Law (20 September – 4 October)

Employment News Government pledges further hike to national living wage People Management – 1 October Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid, has announced government plans to increase the ... Read more
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Employment and Pensions Law (6 September – 20 September)

Employment News Whistleblowing – future disclosures and reasonable belief Farrer & Co – 19 September Rachel Lewis from Farrer & Co discusses the whistleblowing cases of Bilsborough v Berry... Read more
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Employment and Pensions Law (9 August – 23 August)

Employment News Brexit: EU migration rules 'to end straight after no-deal' BBC News – 19 August If there is a no-deal Brexit on 31 October, the government has decided that free movement will end... Read more
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Employment and Pensions Law (26 July – 9 August)

Employment News UK employment slows ahead of Brexit finale Consultancy – 9 August With the Brexit deadline around the corner, the outlook employment has fallen to its lowest in more than a year. ... Read more
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Employment and Pensions Law (12 July – 26 July)

Employment News Redeployment rights for pregnant employees and maternity returners announced Lewis Silkin – 25 July During the final days of Theresa May’s government, redeployment rights for... Read more
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Employment and Pensions Law (28 June – 12 July)

Employment News Wages ‘would be £5,000 higher on average’ if productivity crisis were fixed People Management – 8 July According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), stagnant productivity... Read more
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Employment and Pensions Law (7 June – 21 June)

Employment News Total pay has increased by 1.2% in real terms since April 2018 Employee Benefits – 18 June Total pay, including bonuses, has increased by 1.2% in real terms between February 2018... Read more
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Corporate governance as a tool for social justice

In order to achieve social justice many lawyers think that they have to work at a legal clinic or a firm that focuses on human rights. While these options are noteworthy and commendable there are... Read more
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Employment and Pensions Law (17 May – 31 May)

Employment News Failing to enhance pay for shared parental leave is not sex discrimination Lewis Silkin – 28 May Lewis Silkin discuss two cases of sex discrimination in relation to shared parental... Read more
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Employment and Pensions Law (6 May – 17 May)

Employment News European Court rules that employers must keep records of actual time worked Lewis Silkin – 16 May Lewis Silkin discuss the case of Federacion de Servicios de Comisiones Obreras... Read more

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