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The UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) has made a number of updates to its guidance for employers for conducting right to work checks. This briefing provides a summary of the updates.
Martin Warren, human resources practice group head at Eversheds, has commented on the Court of Justice decision in USDAW v Ethel Austin.
The new tax-free allowance for interest distributions will change the savings landscape, and other developments.
Trustees – consider the impact of transfers on your scheme’s funding position and investment strategy.
EU consults on strengthening legislation on worker involvement, with the possible consolidation of three Directives on the cards.
It is not clear how Labour’s new right would apply, and some employers may simply offer contracts with minimal fixed hours to limit its impact.
30% female non-execs on German boards; lower penalty for failing to consult a works council in France; mandatory retirement no more in Denmark; all the UK changes; and more.
The calculation of holiday pay is due to be considered yet again by a UK court this summer, with NICA hearing an appeal in the case of Patterson v Castlereagh Borough Council.
Partner Naeema Choudry has said that there are signs that the political parties, as well as employers, have been motivated to generate change since the period covered by a report.
It will be a key aspect of compliance going forward that employers monitor the time spent by their employees in each country.
Simon Rice-Birchall, partner at law firm Eversheds, has commented on Labour’s new zero-hours contracts (ZHC) policy announcement.
Eligible parents of children due to be born or adopted on or after 5 April will be entitled to a new form of time off work known as shared parental leave.
Firm has designed and introduced a case management system called Matter Sphere that gives clients more control over the tribunals process.
With just weeks until the general election the Government has managed to squeeze in some 11th hour changes to UK employment law. Eversheds partner Shirley Wright comments.
Eversheds partner Simon Rice-Birchall has commented on the release of the Lord Davies report into Women on Boards on Wednesday.
From 6 April 2015, the pensions landscape will be altered radically.
In a move that will be welcomed by employers, a European Court of Justice advocate-general has given an opinion against the aggregation of redundancies across an employer.
Everyone is aware of the institutional reforms envisaged under the new system with the Workplace Relations Commission. However, there are a number of other reforms that require some attention.
The majority of UK businesses support a strike law reform, according to Eversheds.
In a recent case, the First-tier Tribunal (Tax) confirmed that a compensation payment that was made to an employee on the termination of their employment was taxable.