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When the EU Whistleblowing Protection Directive came into force on 21st December 2021, governments and organisations across EU countries began to introduce the rules into their national laws.
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Lewis Silkin
The government has said that ethnicity pay gap reporting won't be mandatory, but many employers are choosing to do it anyway, adding ethnicity pay gap reporting to their existing obligation...
Gorvins Solicitors
An ACAS poll has found that nearly one in five employers are likely to make staff redundancies this year.
Wrigleys Solicitors
ONS estimates that "long Covid" symptoms have adversely affected the day-to-day activities of 1.2 million people in the UK.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In this podcast, Tim Smith, Pensions Professional Support Consultant, is joined by Richard Smith, Pension Dashboards Consultant at the Pension & Lifetime Savings Association...
Wrigleys Solicitors
We set out the key takeaways for employers from this year's Queen's speech. There were relatively few items mentioned in this year's Queen's speech of specific relevance to employers.
Gorvins Solicitors
As you'll no doubt be aware, an extra bank holiday to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee has been announced for Friday 3 June 2022 and in furtherance of those celebrations, ...
Hillier Hopkins
Individuals who are approaching retirement age may wish to consider topping up their state pension with voluntary National Insurance contributions.
Hillier Hopkins
Academy trusts will shortly need to submit their unaudited annual End of Year Certificate to Teachers' Pensions.
Gowling WLG
With the increase in regulatory and governance requirements for defined contribution schemes, we have seen a significant increase in the volume of transfers to Master Trust arrangements.
DMH Stallard
Determining employment status for tax purposes to enable the correct payment of income tax and NICs on earnings has resulted in contractors and companies being involved in considerable head scratching.
LCF Law
Since 2019, the Government has been promising a new Employment Bill, covering matters such as extended flexible working rights, an expansion to the rules relating to pregnancy discrimination...
lus Laboris
The climate emergency will be a major concern to employees in the years ahead. This may lead to a rise in climate-related whistleblowing and future litigation.
Lewis Silkin
A recent TUPE case has illustrated how both the transferor and transferee can be found liable for failure to inform or consult under TUPE.
Edwards Duthie Shamash
Equality and diversity in the workplace can be seen as a microcosm for equality and diversity in society at large.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In the latest podcast from Herbert Smith Freehills' pension team, Rachel Pinto, Partner, is joined by Rosie Fantom, Partner at Barnett Waddingham and Matt Richards, Senior Business Development Manager at Standard Life.
lus Laboris
The UK has now had gender pay gap reporting regulations for over five years.
Herbert Smith Freehills
As expected, there was no new Pensions Bill announced in today's Queen's Speech, ending speculation about the prospects of auto-enrolment being extended any time soon.
Safecall
Whistleblowing hotline implementation sounds like a big task but is actually really straightforward.
IR Global
A hybrid work from home and office culture has allowed businesses to expand their search to qualified employees around the country, rather than being confined to one labour pool in a local area.
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