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Establishing a business in the UK
Our guide provides an essential insight into some of the principal considerations when establishing a business presence in the UK.
Brexit: Implications for Employers - Pensions
The UK voted to leave the European Union in a country-wide referendum on 23 June 2016.
Brexit: Implications for Employers - Immigration
Regardless of how long it takes to invoke Article 50, a major concern is... What will happen to the right to employ European nationals.
Dismissal due to employer's customer complaining about Islamic headscarf was discriminatory
The Advocate General has given her opinion in the case before the ECJ on whether a ban on wearing a hijab in the workplace is discriminatory
Supreme Court holds that mistreatment on the basis of a particular immigration status does not amount to race discrimination
The particular immigration status of an individual can have the effect of perpetuating vulnerability in a working environment.
What does Brexit mean for employers?
The Brexit vote leaves the UK with a huge amount of uncertainty, but there is potential for significant change for employment relationships.
What does Brexit mean for Retail employers?
There is potential for significant change to UK employment law. But what is likely to happen? And how does this affect the retail sector?
Britain votes to leave the EU: The implications for your business and your sector
Today is a historical milestone: The UK has voted to leave the European Union in a country-wide referendum.
Justice Committee report concludes employment tribunal fees have had significant adverse effect on access to justice.
The introduction in 2013 of employment tribunal fees has been controversial from the start.