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Simcocks
As levels of obesity make headline news Simcocks director Irini Newby considers the implications for employers.
Isle of Man
DQ Advocates
The modifications to the EA 2006 reflect the changes which were made to the UK's flexible working regime in June 2014.
Appleby
Conversations are taking place across the globe regarding women in business, particularly on boardroom representation and the gender pay gap.
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...
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
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
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.
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
Senior Associate Leanne McKeown addressed the ACSP's packed AGM at the end of October on the topic of "Employment Law Developments – Equality and Whistleblowing".
DQ Advocates
Delegates will be taken through an overview of the implications for employers of the Equality Bill 2016, which has completed its first reading and is due to be introduced into the House of Keys in October.
DQ Advocates
Employees should take care when bringing private matters into the workplace. Depending on the circumstances, it may not be reasonable to expect privacy. - See more at: http://www.dq.im/news/a-right-to-privacy-at-work#sthash.uFrMb1Cb.dpuf
DQ Advocates
The introduction of substantive equality legislation in the Isle of Man has been a long time coming; however with the introduction of the Equality Bill 2015 ("Bill"),
Simcocks
Zero-hour contracts can leave workers with little security, uncertainty about earnings and vulnerable to exploitation.
DQ Advocates
American activist, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, once said that "the history of the past is but one long struggle upward to equality" and with the consultation of the Equality Bill in the Isle of Man now well underway, the Island moves one step closer to enacting one of the most important pieces of social legislation in recent times.
Appleby
Last Year, A Confidential Uk Government Report Commissioned By The Prime Minister And Written By Venture Capitalist, Adrian Beecroft, Was Leaked.
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