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Kathryn Clapp

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Kathryn Clapp

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16. Januar 2019

Law at work - January 2019

Features

Legislative developments expected in 2019: what employers need to know

Never mind Brexit: while the impact of leaving the EU remains uncertain, there are significant other developments expected in UK employment, pensions and immigration law this year, and into 2020. Is your business ready?

Employment cases of interest: what's coming up in the courts in 2019?

Post-termination restrictions, employment status, equal pay and much more: we look at the important issues being considered by UK employment tribunals and courts in 2019, and what they mean for employers.

Workers are promised change for the better as government publishes its Good Work Plan

The government has published the next chapter in its response to 2017's Taylor Review into modern working practices. We summarise the promised changes, including greater protection for agency workers, a new test for employment status and a stronger focus on enforcement.

Case law updates

Uber drivers are workers and they are working when they are in their territory, logged on, and ready to work

The Court of Appeal has upheld an employment tribunal's decision that Uber drivers are workers providing their services to Uber. But, with a split decision by the judges, a final appeal to the Supreme Court now looks all but certain.

Hot topics

Provide narrative to explain gender pay gap figures, says report

Consultation opens on salaried workers and salary sacrifice changes to national minimum wage rules

Expansion of Home Office right to work system


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