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National |Minimum Wage
Opinion  |  22:11:22
National minimum wage rises – can employers bear the brunt?
The Autumn Statement delivered by Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt on 17 November confirmed the new national minimum wage rates and in particular that the national living wage was going up from £9.50 to £10.42. All...
Opinion  |  18:11:22
The Autumn Statement 2022 and the likely impact on Employers
Recently we have become used to greeting autumn statements, budgets and the unveiling of fiscal events with trepidation usually reserved for the results of a medical examination. The chancellor’s autumn statement of 17 November...
Brexit chess concept
Opinion  |  14:11:22
Is Brexit done? Apparently not. A least not quite yet…
Ever since the debate over membership of the European Union gained real traction prior to the 2016 referendum, one of the key focusses for employment lawyers has been the debate over the future of...
Opinion  |  10:11:22
Monitoring employees remotely
Following on from the recent series we did on hybrid working, another subject springs to mind in this context – that of monitoring employees remotely and data protection. It is axiomatic that it is...
Employment legal update
Opinion  |  24:10:22
Employment legal update #59 | October 2022
Our Employment & HR team brings its monthly review of new legislation, guidance and case law.
Opinion  |  14:10:22
Hybrid working – what next?
Throughout the week my colleagues and I have been examining different aspects of hybrid-working, from the pros and cons and strategy to differing generational attitudes to working from home. Today we look at some...
Opinion  |  13:10:22
Strategy on implementing successful hybrid working
Over the last 3 days we have examined various aspects of hybrid working, including its pros and cons, encouraging people back into the office, and the intergenerational challenges which hybrid working brings. Today we...
Sad couple mourning loss
Opinion  |  12:10:22
Baby Loss Awareness and Employment Rights
This week (9 – 15 October) is national baby loss awareness week 2022. It marks a time for those that have lost babies as well as families and friends affected by baby loss, to...
Opinion  |  12:10:22
Different generational attitudes to working from home
In the third part of our series on hybrid working for National Worklife Balance Week, we look at the different generational attitudes to working from home. Part 1 – Part 2 The concept of...
Opinion  |  11:10:22
Encouraging a return to the office – carrot or stick?
As discussed in the part one of this week’s series on hybrid working, many employers are facing difficulties associated with hybrid working, including monitoring employee performance, maintaining a workplace culture and development for junior...
Opinion  |  07:10:22
National Work Life Week – hybrid working two years on
National Work Life Week is back for its second year running, starting today. Its purpose – to get both employers and employees talking about wellbeing at work and work-life balance. As a contribution to...
Old person at work
Opinion  |  29:09:22
A reminder about the resilience of contributions of older people
For 32 years, the UN has observed 1 October as “International Day of Older Persons”, with the theme for 2022 being the resilience and contributions of older women. Ageing is a natural biological process...
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