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Kathryn Clapp

Senior professional support lawyer

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kathryn clapp

Kathryn Clapp

Senior professional support lawyer

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18 April 2018

Law at Work – April 2018

Welcome to April's Law at Work! We felt that you might need a break from GDPR, so this month we have two feature articles – the first is based upon our first-hand experience of advising clients facing an immigration audit from the Home Office and the lessons for all employers with sponsor licences. Our second article is on shared parental leave, including whether it's necessary to offer the same enhanced pay to those taking it as to mothers on maternity leave.

If, on the other hand, you would like to know more about GDPR for HR, then you can go to HR data: GDPR and beyond on our website, including a free assessment tool to see what you still need to do – or contact Taylor Wessing for more advice.

Until next month, if you'd like to get in contact you can do so by email or follow us on Twitter.

Law at Work Editorial Team

Features

The rise of Home Office compliance visits – how can you prepare?

Shared parental leave, the toddler years: the impact and cost of sharing leave

Case law updates

Employee does not need to raise 'bumping' in redundancy situation for the employer to consider it

School acted reasonably in dismissing head teacher for non-disclosure of relationship

Hot topics

Discrimination cases: rise in injury to feelings compensation

Tax warning on new grants of EMI options

EHRC report calls for better sexual harassment protection

Parental bereavement leave and pay consultation launched

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