INDUSTRY INSIGHTS AND COMMUNITY NEWS
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From 1 April 2019, employers throughout the UK must pay their workers the new statutory National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW).
Could you be liable if you employ someone to work within the UK, who doesn’t have the relevant rights? Yes.
Following a review of working practices in the UK in 2018, the government has announced a series of legal changes which will come into force by April 2020.
Vicarious liability is where someone is held responsible for the actions of another person. Find out key steps employers should take to prevent this from happening in the workplace.
The decision in the June 2018 Pimlico Plumbers V Smith case adds to the continued interest around employment status...
There has been speculation that employment laws would change post-Brexit. However, the Government has published a White Paper that confirms that existing employment rights under EU law will continue to be available in UK domestic law after we have left the EU.