Several proposed employment law changes have taken a back seat during the pandemic. However, it is hoped that we will now get some clarity on these as we continue through 2022.
Health and wellbeing and flexible working are likely to attract more attention now due to the new working arrangements and there continues to be discussions and support for increased reporting requirements for employers on matters such as ethnicity and disability.
Clarification questions are an integral part of any procurement process. Do not be afraid of submitting them – it is better to raise a question (even if it then means that your competitors get the benefit of the responses provided) than to make an incorrect assumption about what the
contracting authority wants.
Follow our top tips set to get the best out of the process and help you submit a winning bid.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has meant that, for many people, the boundary between work and home life has become blurred. A vast amount of people were suddenly required to work from home which meant for many, homes became offices and this has resulted in many struggling to disconnect from work outside of their working hours.
The long-anticipated Building Safety Act (BSA) has completed its passage through Parliament and received Royal Assent. The BSA, which is the culmination of reforms following the Grenfell fire tragedy, has both been described as ‘the biggest changes to building safety legislation’ and having ‘changed beyond all recognition’ from the Building Safety Bill first introduced.
As the challenges of the 21st century become even tougher , the pressure placed on employers continues to mount. It is no wonder that in this environment, senior organisational leaders are prioritising talent acquisition, talent engagement and talent retention.
Clarkslegal adapts for the road ahead as it unveils a brand refresh covering a new logo, values and website.
As of April 2022, the Global Business Mobility (GBM) routes have now replaced the Intra-Company Transfer (ICT) routes.