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May
05
2017

Message from Paris TAG Alliances conference
#Environment #Corporate #Employment #UK Immigration #Outsourcing & Supply Chain #Clarkslegal

Michael Sippitt, Chairman of UK law firm Clarkslegal LLP, addressed the TAG Alliances conference in Paris this week on a panel of lawyers and accountants from the US and Europe discussing the issues of Brexit, the business impact of President Trump, and the future of globalisation....

May
02
2017

Helen Beech writes for We Are The City on the Gender Pay Gap Regulation
#Employment

Employment partner and HR extraordinaire Helen Beech discusses the Gender Pay Gap Regulation and why the call for information should be just as important to SMEs as it is to large corporations....

May
02
2017

"There will be dire skills shortages" warns Monica Atwal, speaking to Forbes Magazine on Brexit's impact on immigration in the UK
#Immigration #Employment

This week sees Clarkslegal's Managing Partner Monica Atwal discussing why Britain's future of trade will be effected by tougher immigration rules ...

Apr
28
2017

Cyber Security Survey shows need for vigilant approach to data protection
#Employment

The government recently published its 2017 Cyber Security Survey results...

Apr
27
2017

A higher minimum wage for zero-hours workers?
#Employment

Current figures suggest the number of people on zero-hours contracts in the UK hit a record high of 910,000 in the last 3 months of 2016. ...

Apr
21
2017

Specific Disclosure Ordered Against Claimant in Restrictive Covenant Claim
#Dispute Resolution #Employment

Clarkslegal Dispute Resolution partner Stephen James looks into the recent ICAP vs BGC restrictive covenants case...

Apr
13
2017

Supreme Court Judgments on Indirect Discrimination
#Employment

The Supreme Court has given two important Judgments on indirect discrimination. The Supreme Court held that, for such a claim to succeed:...

Apr
13
2017

Icelandic approach to gender pay gap: should the UK take note?
#Employment

UK employers with more than 250 employees are now required to publish reports regarding their gender pay gap on an annual basis....

Apr
13
2017

Barclays Boss Breaches Whistleblowing Policy
#Employment

The Chief Executive of Barclays, Jes Staley, is being investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Bank England Prudential Regulation Authority for breaching rules regarding whistleblowing in the workplace....

Apr
10
2017

One of the Industries most at Risk from Slavery Scandals and Potential Liabilities is Construction
#Employment #Construction #Employment #UK Immigration

Clarkslegal takes a look at modern slavery in the construction industry and outlines some actions employers should take to protect their workforce and their reputation...

Apr
07
2017

Notice of termination – the importance of timing
#Employment

Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust v Haywood...

Apr
07
2017

April 2017: Key changes and points for employers to consider
#Employment

April 2017: Key changes and points for employers to consider...

Apr
03
2017

You Cannot Stop a Clock Before It Starts
#Employment #Employment #Clarkslegal

Employment lawyer Michael Hibberd comments on the recent Fergusson v Combat Stress tribunal...

Apr
03
2017

Michael Sippitt for the Independent: "The UK has a poor track record when it comes to worker's rights – and Brexit is set to make it worse"
#Employment #Corporate #Employment #UK Immigration #Clarkslegal

Chairman Michael Sippitt speaks to the Independent about the biggest dangers threatening worker's rights following the triggering of Article 50...

Mar
31
2017

No requirement to be accurate with additional TUPE information say EAT
#Employment

Born London Limited v Spire Production Services ...

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