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“Ask the Expert” Employment Law Seminar 8th June 2017

After a short and enforced hiatus, Miller Samuel Hill Brown LLP and Syme Drummond would be delighted if you could join us at our next "Ask the Expert" employment law seminar, which is taking place at 29, Royal Exchange Square on Thursday 8th June 2017 (1230 start).

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Employment Law Legislation Update March 2017 – Key Changes To Be Aware Of

As is the case each year, April triggers employment legislation changes coming into effect and it is important that both employers and employees alike are aware how these changes might affect them. The main changes to note are summarised below.

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Brexit - Employment Law Implications

As the political process which will see the United Kingdom leave the European Union accelerates, there is still very little certainty as to the practical consequences that “Brexit” will create in a number of areas of law. This is certainly the case in respect of UK employment law, which is shaped significantly by legislation imposed by our membership of the EU.

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Employment Status Under Review: Time for Reform?

Following our recent blogs on the tribunal claims raised against Uber and Citysprint, employment status in the ‘gig-economy’ is still a hot topic. The rise in tribunal claims regarding this type of work has brought these arrangements under scrutiny and the Department for Business Innovations and Skills has today (17 Feb 2017) published its review into employment status in the UK.

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Gender Pay Gap Reporting

In 2015, the Government announced it wanted to close the gender pay gap within a generation. In pursuit of that goal, draft regulations on gender pay gap reporting were introduced, the aim of which is to require large private and voluntary sector employers to publish annual data on employee pay. After much debate, the Government recently issued an amended version of the regulations confirming these are intended to come into force on 6 April 2017 (provided Parliamentary approval is given).

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