We provide support in all areas of employment law. Offering advice, strategy and practical solutions to protect your business by meeting legal requirements and your business needs. Employment legislation changes on a regular basis throughout the year, I will ensure you are kept up to date with what you need to know and any changes that your business will need to comply with or implement.
Employment Law Updates 2019
Although Brexit dominates the news, there will be a number of important employment law developments in 2019. BREXIT 1. Post-Brexit immigration rule changes Regardless of whether a deal on the UK’s exit from the EU is agreed, the rules around the employment of EU nationals will change sooner or later. Once the UK leaves the EU, free movement will end, although in practice this is likely to be delayed pending legislation to repeal the current arrangements. Also, it will take time to put in place … . . . . Read More
Employment Law 2018
Following are some considerations on the key issues likely to arise. Large compliance projects for data protection and gender pay gap reporting will dominate the HR agenda in 2018. Employers are likely to see costs increase as the apprenticeship levy and additional fees for sponsoring foreign workers are introduced, and tax savings for employee benefits are significantly reduced. Employers will also continue to deal with the implementation of restraints to public-sector exit payments and new … . . . . Read More
Significant Employment Law changes anticipated for 2017
Significant employment law changes are anticipated for 2017, amid the ongoing uncertainty resulting from the Brexit referendum Large compliance projects for data protection and gender pay gap reporting will dominate the HR agenda in 2017. Employers are likely to see costs increase as the apprenticeship levy and additional fees for sponsoring foreign workers are introduced, and tax savings for employee benefits are significantly reduced. Employers will also continue to deal with the … . . . . Read More
Top FIVE Employment Case Law 2016
A round up of five significant employment law decisions that have been made so far this year, and a look at five more important judgments expected before the end of 2016. Top FIVE Employment Law Cases in 2016 So far in 2016, there have been notable employment law cases on: holiday pay; childcare vouchers; social media at work; fraudulent sick leave; and reasonable adjustments for disabled people. 1. Commission in holiday pay Lock and another v British Gas Trading Ltd (No.2) (EAT) This … . . . . Read More
What will Brexit mean for UK Employment Law?
Now that the country has voted to leave the European Union, one of the burning questions in the workplace is, what will happen to the significant body of employment law that derives from Brussels? Over the past decades, EU directives have affected workers’ rights across the economy. For individual rights, employment protection legislation ranges from working time and annual holidays, rights for women and family-friendly policies, to anti-discrimination legislation and ‘atypical’ workers. … . . . . Read More