The UK’s proposed Withdrawal Agreement gives greater clarity to the legal landscape once the UK officially leaves the EU on 29 March 2019. So, as it stands, what does it mean for EU workers in the UK?
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As Christmas approaches, so does the work Christmas party season. In keeping with the tradition of employment lawyers, here is a tale of festive woe originating from a Christmas party – the Court of Appeal decision in Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Ltd.
Whilst I am sure most of the nation probably shares my sense of "Brexit fatigue", one aspect of the current debate has parallels with the process clients face upon separation with a view to divorce. Sometimes clients of the family law team know that the separation is something that needs to happen, whether they wished it to happen or not, but there is little or no guidance available to them to enable informed choices to be made.
How can employers deal with another Beast from the East? New Fair Work Charter for Severe Weather published
The Fair Work Charter for Severe Weather is worthwhile assessing against any policy employers have in place in relation to Severe Weather disruption.
Start where you are. Do what you can. This is the message of the campaign to raise awareness of the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on health and welfare outcomes in Scotland.