Employment Law

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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    General Election 2024: what would a win for Labour mean for employment law?

    On 13 June 2024, Labour released its full manifesto, which confirmed that it would implement its Plan to Make Work Pay: Delivering a New Deal for Working People, which had been released weeks earlier. Below, we summarise the main proposals and what they mean for employers.

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    General Election 2024: what would a win for the Liberal Democrats mean for employment law?

    On 10 June 2024, the Liberal Democrats released their manifesto for 2024, entitled For a Fair Deal. This included a number of key commitments relating to workplace rights that would be relevant to employers to make up all or part of the next government. Below, we set out their key commitments and what that change could mean for the law.

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    General Election 2024: what would a win for the Conservatives mean for employment law?

    On 11 June 2024, the Conservatives released their manifesto for 2024, entitled Clear Plan, Bold Action, Secure Future. It sets out their proposals for workplace reform if they win the general election. Below, we set out what action they have said that they will take and what this could mean for employers.

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    General Election 2024: what would a win for Reform mean for employment law?

    On 17 June 2024, Reform UK released its manifesto, “Our Contract With You”, which outlines the parties pledges should they win the election on 4 July. Below, we summarise the main proposals for employment law and HR and what they mean for employers.

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    What could 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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    Conservatives plan NICs abolition for self employed

    After a difficult week, PM Rishi Sunak has set out a raft of tax measures at the Conservative manifesto launch with plans to abolish main NICs rate for four million self employed workers

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