A more detailed review of some aspects of employment law.
A fact sheet showing current rates and limits for common payments to employees, and setting out the Employment Tribunal limits for compensation for certain claims.
A guide to employers on implementation options for pension scheme auto-enrolment.
A summary of the factors which determine employment status.
A guide to rights relating to maternity.
A briefing on the statutory right to request flexible working, and the wider sex discrimination issues that can arise in this context.
A guide to the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006.
A guide to procedure in the Employment Tribunal, applicable to bringing or defending claims.
A guide to rights relating to paternity.
A briefing on the new Agency Workers Regulations 2010 setting out the enhanced rights of agency workers under the Regulations and providing guidance to "temp agencies" and hirers.
A briefing on the Bribery Act 2010 covering the offences created by the Act and steps organisations should take in light of the legislation.
A briefing on the abolishment of the national default retirement age
A briefing on the Equality Act 2010 which comes into force on 1st October 2010, and which impacts on UK discrimination law.
A note covering the effect of the repeal of the statutory disciplinary and grievance procedures and the new regime that takes effect on 6th April 2009
A briefing on the employment law issues arising out of the increasing use by employees of online social networking sites and blogs
A guide to the protection of business interests and confidential information both during and after the employment relationship
An updated briefing with advice on implementing the age discrimination regulations (1 Oct 2006).
A briefing summarising the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2005 which come into force on 6 April 2005.
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