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Arthur Cox
Two important judgements have recently been handed down in the UK in relation to vicarious liability.
Arnold & Porter
At the end of June the UK government's job retention (furlough) scheme is scheduled to end and the government has announced that it will shortly publish its roadmap out of the lockdown.
Withers LLP
As states who have been under stay-at-home orders begin the process of lifting those restrictions, employers who have sent their workforces home to telework or who have furloughed their employees...
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The article responds to seven of the most common questions regarding the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and its impact on visa holders.
Clyde & Co
This is our selection of the recent developments which we think will have the most significant impact on HR practice. This month the key development has been around the Coronavirus COVID-19 Job Retention Scheme.
Taylor Vinters
By its very nature, Academic Freedom of Speech is frequently a source of controversy, and a number of recent high profile cases have made it an even hotter topic.
lus Laboris
Ramadan began on the evening of 23 April 2020 for countries west of Saudi Arabia and lasts for 30 days, which means that some or all of it will be taking place under the continued lockdown imposed on
Withers LLP
Recent statistics show that the number of domestic abuse killings have been far higher than average since the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions were imposed.
Clyde & Co
The Supreme Court has overturned the Court of Appeal decision in Barclays Bank plc v Various Claimants. The Supreme Court found that Barclays was not liable for sexual assaults committed...
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
Recent years have seen a big push towards equality in the workplace. The concept is simple: with more visibility over who companies are hiring and how much these people are being paid, employers should be placed...
Clyde & Co
A recent decision of the High Court in England has provided a stark illustration of the difficult and complex questions which can arise in cases of non-recent abuse.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has written to firms, outlining its plans for addressing non-financial misconduct and creating a positive cultural shift.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
Redundancies have always been a way of life in the City, but in the current economic climate, when many organisations are merging, some have recruitment freezes and many others are...
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
On Friday 20 March 2020, the UK Government launched the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme following discussions with business groups and trade union leaders.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
In the recent case of Royal Mail Group v Jhuti (Jhuti), the Supreme Court ruled that an employer who had been manipulated into dismissing an employee for a false reason...
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
A long-term sick employee transferred under TUPE but was denied long-term sickness benefits by both the old and new employers' PHI insurers. After he was dismissed...
Gowling WLG
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). As the virus continues to spread extensively, it poses significant challenge to businesses and raises various points...
As an employer, you have a duty of care to your employees in relation to health and safety and indeed towards other individuals,...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The coronavirus outbreak has been declared an international public health emergency, and the current risk level in the UK has been set at ‘moderate'.
lus Laboris
The general election has produced a decisive Conservative win with Boris Johnson as Prime minister: what will this mean for employment law?
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