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Autumn statement: Key financial changes for workers

The government today outlined some key financial changes for workers in 2024 as part of this year’s autumn statement. National insurance Firstly, the 12% rate of employee national insurance contributions […]

Reasonable adjustments in the recruitment process

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) recently upheld a tribunal’s finding that a recruitment process solely relying on an online application put a job applicant with dyspraxia at a substantial disadvantage. […]

New employment rights regulations drafted

The government has published the draft Employment Rights (Amendment, Revocation and Transitional Provision) Regulations 2023, which are likely to come into force as soon as 1 January 2024. As drafted, […]

Menopause and the workplace

Menopause and the workplace continues to be at the forefront of conversation for many businesses. The structure of the workplace has changed dramatically in the last 50 years. Women between […]

Home is where the Wi-Fi is

Rapid technological advancement and societal challenges in recent years have significantly changed the way we work. The increase in hybrid and remote working arrangements is broadening our possibilities, opening new […]

Government proposes to limit the length of non-compete clauses

The government plans to introduce legislation that will place a three month limit on the length of non-compete clauses. This was announced on 10 May as part of a wider […]

The Brexit Bonfire Bill: Where are we at?

The initial shock, a couple of months of uncertainty and now a screeching U-turn that most F1 drivers would be proud of – the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) […]

Can a letter marked ‘without prejudice’ amount to effective communication of dismissal?

Mr Meaker was a data centre operations technician who suffered from back injuries that resulted in prolonged periods of sick leave and permanent “limitations on his ability”. On 5 February […]

Fire & rehire: Government consultation underway

The government has published a draft Code of Practice on fire and rehire, and a 12-week consultation period has commenced. Our employment law experts provide the latest updates. The draft code […]

Flexible working is becoming the default

Offering staff flexibility is a perk that appeals to many and helps maintain a happy, motivated workforce. Our employment law team introduce the Employment Relations (Flexible Working) Bill, confirming that flexible […]

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