Are your employees likely to stay with your company in 2019? There is a 25% chance they are out looking for new opportunities. The festive time around Christmas and New Year is not only about partying, presents and family get-togethers. Many employees also take the opportunity to reflect on the new year to come and…Details
The big Brexit question – will Theresa May’s new immigration system proposal serve employers’ best interests?
The big Brexit question – will Theresa May’s new immigration system proposal serve employers’ best interests? After Brexit, Theresa May wants a work environment that places more emphasis on skilled immigration workers because she believes this is what will work best for UK businesses. But do businesses across the country support her view? If your…Details
How will employment law change after Brexit? Some of our clients have been asking what will change after Brexit in terms of employment laws, so here are our thoughts. In June 2018, The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (EUWA) became law, ending the supremacy of EU law after our exit from the EU. Existing EU laws will…Details
TUPE in a nutshell – When does it apply and what does it mean? When does TUPE apply? TUPE [the abbreviation commonly used for the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006)] applies to a relevant transfer from a ‘transferor’ to a ‘transferee’. A relevant transfer may be a business transfer or a service…Details
Holiday Pay – Heir’s rights to compensation for deceased worker’s outstanding annual leave Does the heir of a deceased worker have a right to financial compensation in lieu of the worker’s outstanding paid annual leave? The deceased worker’s right to an allowance in lieu of leave which is not taken, may be passed on by…Details