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Major Tier 2 reform coming in Autumn 2016 and April 2017
On 24 March 2016 the government issued its preliminary response to the comprehensive review of Tier 2 routes carried out by the MAC.
The Home Office’s response to the MAC’s Tier 2 reviews – the Good, the Expensive and the Uncertain…
On 24 March the government announced the actions it will be taking following its recent reviews of the Tier 2 visa category.
Disability discrimination: making reasonable adjustments
Employers are obliged to make reasonable adjustments to assist disabled employees, under section 20 of the Equality Act 2010.
Employing someone in your own home? Here’s what you need to know
Are you a “Mumanager”?
European expats apply for British citizenship before Brexit vote
Foreign residents concerned over status if UK voted to leave EU in June
No discrimination by employer who stopped childcare vouchers during maternity leave
HMRC guidance states that salary sacrifice child care vouchers should continue to be provided during maternity leave.
Immigration Law Challenges in 2016
A summary of the challenges faced in Immigration Law in 2016
Employment - Top 10 thoughts for 2016
When it comes to 2016, it’s not so much that there is less employment law, it’s more that it’s different… Here’s our top 10.
Pensions – Changes in the year ahead
A summary of pensions law changes in the year ahead