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Key Employment Law Changes In April 2019
There are some important changes to employment law coming into force in April 2019, including new rules on itemised payslips and increases to national minimum wage rates and minimum auto-enrolment pension contributions.
UK
16 Apr 2019
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Government Plans To Boost Protection For Pregnant Women And New Parents Returning To Work
The government has launched a new consultation on plans to extend the redundancy protection for pregnant women and new mothers, so that it continues for six months after parents return to work from maternity and other extended family leave.
UK
1 Feb 2019
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CABLE: Current Awareness Bulletin - March 2018
Clyde & Co's UK employment team brings you CABLE, a bulletin keeping you up to date with recent legal developments
UK
21 Mar 2018
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UK Collective Redundancy Rights For Crew Working Outside The UK
In the latest case to consider offshore or maritime workers, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has for the first time considered the territorial scope of UK collective redundancy consultation rights.
UK
30 Nov 2017
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International Collective Redundancies: How Far Does UK Employment Law Stretch?
In the latest case to consider offshore or maritime workers, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has for the first time considered the territorial scope of UK collective redundancy consultation rights.
UK
15 Sep 2017
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CABLE: Current Awareness Bulletin - August 2017
Clyde & Co's UK employment team brings you CABLE, a monthly bulletin keeping you up to date with recent legal developments.
UK
12 Sep 2017
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KSA: New Regulation On Termination Of KSA Nationals' Employment By Reason Of Redundancy
On 30 January 2017, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs announced a new resolution limiting the ability of employers in the Kingdom to termination KSA national employees employment...
UK
23 Feb 2017
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BREXIT: Some Thoughts On Employment Law Implications - June 2016
The UK's decision to leave the EU is unlikely to significantly transform the UK employment law landscape, but some changes are likely.
UK
5 Jul 2016
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Repayment Of Exit Payments?
Individuals who leave one public sector organisation with an enhanced redundancy or severance payment should have to repay all or some of the money if they begin work for another public sector...
UK
14 Mar 2016
10
Headcount Reduction In The GCC
With economic commentators predicting a difficult 2016 employers across the region may be forced to look at staffing levels.
Saudi Arabia
7 Mar 2016
11
What Might Brexit Mean For Employment Law?
I delivered a talk earlier this week on what Brexit would mean for employment laws. The issue is an important one for all employers and employees.
European Union
1 Dec 2015
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BREXIT: Some Thoughts On Employment Law Implications
For the first time in a generation there is a real possibility of the UK leaving the EU.
UK
8 Jul 2015
13
When Is An Employment Policy More Than Just A Policy?
Jenni Priestley, Partner and Leah Hewish, Associate at Clyde & Co's Australia office report on a recent decision of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Australia
3 Jul 2015
14
Collective Redundancy Consultation – An End To Uncertainty
The UK legislation says that employers must consult employee representatives if they are proposing to dismiss as redundant 20 or more employees at one establishment within a period of 90 days or less.
UK
19 May 2015
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MOHRSS Called For Public Comments On The Draft Rules Of Mass Dismissal
On 31 December 2014, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of PRC ("MOHRSS") published the draft Rules on Mass Dismissal by Enterprises (the "Draft") for public comment.
China
1 Apr 2015
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Terminating Contracts Of Employment - Libya
As the violence in Libya intensifies following the battle for Tripoli international airport in the summer of 2014, many foreign companies are considering their future position in Libya.
Libya
30 Mar 2015
17
Employment Law Reforms - Italy
Italy is going through significant political, social and legal changes at the moment. As employment lawyers, we are seeing first-hand how these changes impact employers and their Italian workforce
Italy
30 Mar 2015
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TUPE Reforms To Be Implemented In January 2014
The Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Amendment Regulations 2014 come into force on 31 January 2014 and will implement the reforms to TUPE.
UK
28 Jan 2014
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Woolworths Decision On Collective Redundancy Referred To European Court
Multi-site employers now face months, if not years, of uncertainty as a result of the Court of Appeal's decision this week to refer to the European Court questions over the meaning of "establishment" in the rules relating to collective redundancy consultation.
UK
28 Jan 2014
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Update On The Woolworths Judgement: Collective Redundancy Consultation
A judgement of the Employment Appeal Tribunal, published this week, confirms a radical widening of the scope of the collective redundancy consultation rules.
UK
16 Jul 2013
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