Employment Law facts and figures 2017/18
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Will Brexit impact the workers I have in my business from the European Union?
Where’s the workforce?
Proposal of a London-only work visa in a post-Brexit society
Brexit - what next for employment law?
Get ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Sabbatical and a career break - What is the difference?
Gender Pay Gap and Equal Pay
Updated guidance on GDPR consent
The government has published its response to the consultation on reforming the Employment Tribunal system this week.
Discrimination Time Limits: Continuing Acts
Age discrimination in the judiciary
Employment Tribunal Claims
GDPR In House Training
GDPR - Guidance for Marketing
The Data Protection Fee
GDPR - Data Subjects' rights
Is it true that employers shun stay at home parents?
Tax on termination payments - how are settlement agreements going to be affected?
Annual Increase in Tribunal Awards
The removal of Tribunal Fees – what’s next?
Failure to give a male employee enhanced shared parental pay is not discriminatory
GDPR - How can we help?
Does the processing of children’s data require particular protection under the GDPR?
Supreme Court decision on worker status
Data breach puts GDPR back in the headlines
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