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June 24th 2016

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.

Our employment and intellectual property lawyers will deliver one of the talks at the Growing Gloucestershire Conference, providing business owners and senior managers with tips on how to use the law to protect their businesses.

Following the publication of the Migration Advisory Committee’s proposals for Tier 2 earlier this year, the Home Office has recently confirmed that the following changes will be implemented over the next 12 months:

All businesses will be required to pay the National Living Wage as of April 2016 says Jenny Hawrot in our employment law team.

Mental health and wellbeing has become a hot topic in the media with various television and other campaigns encouraging people to talk about it to destigmatise the subject explains Jenny Hawrot of our employment law team.

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee report into the recent Kids Company debacle provides us with a good example of how the issues raised in the Cadbury report on corporate governance remain just as pertinent today as they did over 20 years ago, explains employment lawyer Laura Davis.

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