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July 07th 2016

The UK’s referendum vote on 23 June to leave the European Union (EU) has placed in doubt the future status of circa 3 million citizens of other EU countries living in the UK, approximately 7 per cent of the working population explains Matthew Clayton, our employment law partner.

Paralegal Helen Howes, in our employment law department, discusses the employment status of drivers for new app based taxi service 'Uber'.

Our employment law experts are hosting a half day workshop for employers and human resources professionals in September.

The misuse of emails by employees can harm a business, employment lawyer Jenny Hawrot discusses. 

Earlier this year the Home Office confirmed it will implement significant changes to business immigration rules which will make it more expensive for employers to sponsor migrant workers, our Paralegal in the employment law department Helen Howes discusses. 

Britain’s exit from the EU raises many questions about the future of UK employment law, since much of it is derived from EU legislation.

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