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Employment Law in Scotland - The Hot Topics – Seminar on 25 May 2017

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Our Partners Marie Macdonald and Stephen Connolly of our award-winning Employment Law Team will be delivering an upcoming seminar on some of the hottest topics in employment law in Scotland in 2017.

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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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Successfully Recovering Debt

Are you, or is your business, owed money? We understand how frustrating it can be to have to chase your debtors, and the cash flow difficulties that might arise if you do not receive what you are owed on time.

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Employment Status: CitySprint Courier is a Worker

Following our recent blog regarding the employment status of Uber drivers, another Claimant working in the “gig economy” has successfully established that she is a worker in a similar type of case.

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A workers’ right to rest breaks- a question that needs to be asked?

In Grange v Abellio London, The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) found that employers are obliged to ensure that their employees are receiving the rest breaks they are lawfully entitled to. By statute, employees and workers are entitled to a 20 minute break if they work for longer than 6 hours under and in terms of regulation 12 of the Working Time Regulations (WTR). Many employees may be entitled to a longer break than this in terms of their contract of employment.

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