Tag: Brexit

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (22 June 2018)

A Tribunal should look at all the circumstances in which an allegation – or statement of...

Brexit: employers worried about restricted immigration

Employers hire workers from the EEA because they are better qualified and more motivated than UK workers,...

Top five Human Resource Brexit hotspots

We are now entering the final 12 months before the UK officially leaves the EU. Amongst the...

Five things we learnt in Employment Law this week (January 26 2018)

The CJEU has found that a Spanish law which permits dismissals for short term, intermittent sickness...

Happiness levels rise, despite Brexit

The first major report into personal well-being data since the EU referendum has been published today. So,...

Five things we learnt in Employment Law this week (15 September)

It is not necessary for an industrial action ballot paper to specify the precise date on...

How can employers meet the recruitment challenges of the Brexit era?

How can employers rise to the challenge of recruiting a diverse and talented workforce, while there is...

Five things we learnt in Employment Law this week (3 August)

A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case has ruled that voluntary overtime worked for a sufficient period...

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