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    News Category: Employment for Business

    • 27 March 2014

      Employing Migrant Workers

      The ability for businesses to employ non-EU migrant workers has become increasingly challenging in recent years.  Robert Hickford provides an overview of the process for sponsoring non-EU workers. Read more

    • 26 March 2014

      Shared parental leave: new regulations published

      The Government has published draft regulations setting out details of the new system of shared parental leave introduced under the Children and Families Act 2014, which was granted Royal Assent on 13 March 2014.  Read more

    • 7 February 2014

      Challenge to tribunal fees fails

      The judicial review application by UNISON to challenge the introduction of the fee regime in employment tribunals has failed.  Our employment team reports on the High Court decision. Read more

    • 6 February 2014

      New Acas guidance on discrimination questions

      With the abolition of statutory discrimination questionnaires imminent, Acas has published new guidance on how employers should deal with questions about discrimination arising after 6 April 2014. Read more

    • 21 January 2014

      Employer’s knowledge of disability

      The Court of Appeal has recently considered the question of when an employer’s knowledge of an employee’s disability arises, giving rise to the duty to make reasonable adjustments. Robert Hickford Looks at the decision. Read more

    • 16 January 2014

      TUPE amendments in force 31 January 2014

      The Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014 have been laid before Parliament and will come into force on 31 January 2014. Read more

    • 6 December 2013

      Dismissal for long-term absence

      The Scottish Court of Session has recently considered the relevant factors to be taken into account when deciding whether an employee has been fairly dismissed following a long-term period of sickness absence. Read more