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Gowling WLG
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). As the virus continues to spread extensively, it poses significant challenge to businesses and raises various points...
Waterfront Solicitors LLP
The UK Government has recently announced measures to deal with the coronavirus outbreak, including the creation of emergency legislation.
Taylor Vinters
As the coronavirus grips the world economy, governments and businesses are considering increasingly drastic action.
Dentons
We know that businesses are currently grappling with what COVID-19 means for them in terms of their responsibilities as employers. Dentons has leveraged our global footprint
Ius Laboris
The general election has produced a decisive Conservative win with Boris Johnson as Prime minister: what will this mean for employment law?
Clyde & Co
This is our selection of the recent developments which we think will have the most significant impact on HR practice.
Herbert Smith Freehills
From 6 April 2020 employees will be entitled to two weeks' statutory parental bereavement leave following the death of a child under 18 or a stillbirth after 24 weeks of pregnancy.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
Positive action in recruitment
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The Government has declared the coronavirus to be a "serious and imminent threat to public health" and that it is highly likely that the virus will become widespread.
Herbert Smith Freehills
All employers will clearly be concerned about the impact on their staff and business of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Last summer the Court of Appeal ruled that an employer's failure to enhance shared parental pay in the same way as enhanced maternity pay was not unlawful direct or indirect sex discrimination...
Ius Laboris
A UK Employment Tribunal has held that ethical veganism can be a protected philosophical belief.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Advice for employers on how to approach coronavirus and related employment issues
Mayer Brown
As part of the Government's emergency coronavirus legislation, prime minister Boris Johnson has announced that workers who self-isolate shall be entitled to statutory sick pay from their first day (rather than their fourth day) of absence from work.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
DAC Beachcroft's Employment Matters focuses on some of the most interesting cases and events occurring within the Employment Law sector.
Edwin Coe LLP
The Supreme Court has refused an application for permission to appeal the Court of Appeal's (CoA) decision in Chief Constable of Leicestershire v Hextall.
Wrigleys Solicitors
We start this month with the far-reaching judgment of the Supreme Court in Royal Mail Group Ltd v Jhuti on when an employment tribunal should take into account the motivation of someone who manipulates the person making the decision to dismiss.
Dentons
A new Equal Pay bill has been put before parliament. Supported by the equality group the Fawcett Society, it would give employees the...
Ius Laboris
Looking ahead to 2020, various Good Work Plan reforms are coming into effect in April and the Government is planning to introduce a new Employment Bill, which will pave the way for...
Hewitsons LLP
In Levy v McHale Legal an Employment Tribunal (ET) ruled that Mr Levy was discriminated against by reason of his age after he was denied a job at McHale because he was "expensive".
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