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30 October 2019 0 Comments Posted in Employment, Opinion

Would Australia’s points-based immigration system work in the UK?

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With UK’s political scene firmly in pre-election mode, lots of key questions on Brexit remain unanswered, the future immigration system being one of them. Should the polls prove true and the Conservative party form a majority government in December, it is likely that the Home Office will start announcing specific policies based on the much discussed Australian points-based system (“PBS”).

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30 March 2016 0 Comments Posted in Employment, Opinion

Gender pay gap reporting: what employers need to publish

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Gender pay gap

Addressing the gender pay gap is high on the Government’s agenda. Earlier this month, the Government published its response to the consultation paper implementing mandatory gender pay gap reporting on employers with more than 250 employees.

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5 February 2016 0 Comments Posted in Employment, Opinion

Blowing the whistle at work – a change in the law

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Following the Employment Tribunal decisions in two recent cases, Senior Associate Lauren Harkin examines the law around protection of whistleblowing employees and implications for employers dealing with contractual disputes.

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17 November 2015 0 Comments Posted in Employment, Opinion

The European Court of Justice confirms: travel time can count as working time

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Working time

Do your employees travel to and from client sites at the beginning and end of their working day? Or do they travel between clients during their working day? If yes, are you paying for this travel time?

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21 July 2015 0 Comments Posted in Employment, Opinion

Early conciliation: one year on

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Early conciliation

Acas has now published statistics showing the impact of early conciliation in its first year.

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