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Employers: How to protect your EU workers from Brexit

Understandably, Brexit has led to anxiety for EEA nationals currently living and working in the UK. It is important not to panic and make...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (31 March)

An Employment Tribunal has held that an Excel Cycle courier is a worker.  This was the second of four employment status cases in...

Article 50 triggers change for the UK’s immigration policy

Now that Article 50 has been triggered, we’ve started a process that will have significant implications for the UK’s immigration policy and EU migrant...

Right to work but not right to employ?

The Employment Tribunal decision in Baker v Abellio London Ltd will have been read with interest by employers who need to dismiss staff who...

International snakes and ladders: the perils of UK immigration rules

At a human level the high profile story of the Australian Brain family – who live in Scotland but face having to leave the...

The Immigration Act 2016 – What do employers need to know?

While the UK's EU referendum has - understandably - been occupying us recently, on 12 July 2016 the first sections of the Immigration Act...