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kathryn clapp

Kathryn Clapp

Senior Professional Support Lawyer

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Author
kathryn clapp

Kathryn Clapp

Senior Professional Support Lawyer

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18 December 2019

Law at Work - December 2019

Features

Election News and Brexit

On 12 December 2019, the British general election resulted in a decisive win for the Conservative Party. What implications could this have for employment law?

Work in progress: A generational study of priorities from employees in the UK and Germany

We're delighted to launch our new Work in Progress report – a research-based study of more than 2000 working people in the UK and Germany, addressing generational priorities in the workplace.

How employers can navigate philosophical beliefs in the workplace

Recent case examples and practical steps for employers to prevent and deal with issues around workplace discrimination on the basis of philosophical belief.

Case law updates

Can the hidden reason for an employee's dismissal be considered the main reason?

Workers protected on a transfer of an undertaking as well as employees


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