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Appleby
My name is Phoebe Harwood, I'm 19 and was born in the Isle of Man. Last year, after finishing sixth form, I applied for the Marketing Apprenticeship being offered by Appleby in collaboration...
Appleby
The Equality Act 2017 received Royal Assent in July 2017 and its substantive discrimination provisions will come into force in phases over the next two years.
DQ Advocates
Employee misconduct happens. When this occurs, in maintaining standards, employers have to take internal action.
DQ Advocates
The main source of employment law is found in the legislation set out within various Acts of Tynwald (the Parliament of the Isle of Man), and associated secondary legislation, such as Regulations and Orders.
Appleby
The introduction of pension freedoms in the UK in April 2015 was a fundamental change in approach to retirement savings.
Gough Law
Hailed by politicians in the government as being "one of the most important pieces of social legislation progressed in the Isle of Man in recent times", ...
DQ Advocates
Being a little island in the middle of the Irish Sea, you could be forgiven for thinking the Isle of Man would inevitably be behind the times, however it's a pleasant surprise how often the Isle of Man...
DQ Advocates
Sex discrimination is one of the hottest topics in employment law at present and in particular the concept of equal pay and the so-called ‘gender pay-gap'.
DQ Advocates
DQ Advocates' top ranked employment team was instructed by Julie Bradley and Nicola Batey in their capacity as industrial relations officers appointed under the Trade Disputes Act 1985 and known collectively as the Manx Industrial Relations Service.
DQ Advocates
The Employment Act 2006 provides limited protection against discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief, but such protection is limited to employment and, within the employment sphere, it is further limited to the protection of employees against being unfairly dismissed on any of these grounds
DQ Advocates
After 40 years of steady decline, statistics have confirmed that marriage rates across the UK are back on the rise.
DQ Advocates
According to a UK Government report, 77% of mothers surveyed had a negative or possibly discriminatory experience during pregnancy, maternity leave and/or on return from maternity leave.
DQ Advocates
This was the question that The High Court had to determine in an important case brought before it earlier this year.
Simcocks
The recent English case of Egon Zehnder Ltd v Tillman (2017) is interesting. The defendant joined the claimant's recruitment business in 2002 on terms including a 6 month no-compete restriction.
DQ Advocates
Head of the top ranked employment team, Leanne McKeown, together with associate Tara Cubbon are the authors of the inaugural IOM chapter in this internationally renowned publication.
Simcocks
Businesses need to gear up for a raft of new, far reaching social legislation that aims to ensure fair and equal treatment for all.
DQ Advocates
When Bruce becomes Caitlyn, and the trouble with the toilets...
Simcocks
In an interesting case (First Personnel Services Limited v Halfords Limited) decided at the end of 2016, a client terminated the services of a recruitment agency with which it had dealt over many years...
DQ Advocates
Obese, depressed and diabetic employees: are they disabled? Obesity, depression and diabetes are not conditions that ordinarily give rise to a view that the persons suffering are disabled.
DQ Advocates
A leading Isle of Man employment law specialist has launched the first product of its kind to train Isle of Man workers in equality legislation.
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Appleby
The Equality Act 2017 received Royal Assent in July 2017 and its substantive discrimination provisions will come into force in phases over the next two years.
DQ Advocates
The main source of employment law is found in the legislation set out within various Acts of Tynwald (the Parliament of the Isle of Man), and associated secondary legislation, such as Regulations and Orders.
DQ Advocates
This was the question that The High Court had to determine in an important case brought before it earlier this year.
Appleby
The introduction of pension freedoms in the UK in April 2015 was a fundamental change in approach to retirement savings.
DQ Advocates
Employee misconduct happens. When this occurs, in maintaining standards, employers have to take internal action.
DQ Advocates
Being a little island in the middle of the Irish Sea, you could be forgiven for thinking the Isle of Man would inevitably be behind the times, however it's a pleasant surprise how often the Isle of Man...
Gough Law
Hailed by politicians in the government as being "one of the most important pieces of social legislation progressed in the Isle of Man in recent times", ...
DQ Advocates
Sex discrimination is one of the hottest topics in employment law at present and in particular the concept of equal pay and the so-called ‘gender pay-gap'.
Simcocks
Businesses need to gear up for a raft of new, far reaching social legislation that aims to ensure fair and equal treatment for all.
Simcocks
The recent English case of Egon Zehnder Ltd v Tillman (2017) is interesting. The defendant joined the claimant's recruitment business in 2002 on terms including a 6 month no-compete restriction.
DQ Advocates
After 40 years of steady decline, statistics have confirmed that marriage rates across the UK are back on the rise.
DQ Advocates
The Employment Act 2006 provides limited protection against discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief, but such protection is limited to employment and, within the employment sphere, it is further limited to the protection of employees against being unfairly dismissed on any of these grounds
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