Employment Law

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    Guide

    Night Workers

    In this guide, we'll discuss night work, the rights of night workers, and what you must do to comply with the law.

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    Guide

    Express Terms

    Read our guide where we'll discuss express terms, your legal obligations, and the legal consequences of breaching an employment contract.

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    Guide

    Pregnant Employee Rights

    Read our guide where we'll discuss pregnant employees, statutory maternity pay and antenatal appointments, as well as your legal obligations.

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    Guide

    Email Monitoring in the Workplace

    Read our guide where we'll explain when you can monitor an employee's emails, what the law says about it and why companies decide to do it.

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    • Employment Law
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    Guide

    Reasonable Adjustments

    Read our guide where we'll discuss what reasonable adjustments are, common examples and your responsibilities as an employer.

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    Guide

    Smoking in the Workplace

    Smoking is prohibited in enclosed buildings, public areas, and on public transport. Read about the legal rules on smoking at work, and how to reduce health risks to non-smokers.

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    Rishi Sunak calls election on 4 July

    The prime minister Rishi Sunak has called a general election on 4 July, saying that only the Conservatives will be able to keep the country secure and ensure economic stability.

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    • Employment Law
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    What does a general election mean for employment law?

    Here's what the big three have each vowed to do should they come away with an election win.

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    • Employment Law
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    Two more HR updates are set to land this summer

    Last month, we gave you a roundup of all the HR changes that happened in April 2024. And from July, expect even more...

    Kate Palmer FCIPD - Director of HR Advice and Consultancy at global employment law consultancy, Peninsula.
    Kate PalmerHR Advice and Consultancy Director
    • Employment Law
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    Government to tackle 'non-compliance' in umbrella company market

    A Treasury minister has confirmed that a statutory due diligence scheme for businesses using umbrella companies is being considered.

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    70% of employers not aware of new flexible working rules

    Are you up to speed on recent changes to your employees’ rights? Many employers are not prepared

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    A word from our founder: Are you ready for April's law changes?

    New rules and employment rights are already in effect this month. And this includes changes to statutory rates, flexible working, redundancy rights, holidays, and more…

    Peter Done
    Peter DoneGroup Managing Director and Founder
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