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Maternity Leave – key dates for employees

Once you have found out that you are pregnant, the timeline begins and there are a few key dates that you will need to know in order to entitle you to Maternity Leave and Statutory Maternity Pay, as well as allowing you to return to your job following your Maternity Leave. Telling your Employer The ...

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Employment Law

Right to Work

How can employers prepare for the increased Right to Work legislation? The new Immigration Bill 2015-2016 has imposed additional responsibilities on employers to ensure that all employees have a 'legal right to work' in the UK. The proposed Bill makes penalties for employing an illegal migrant more ...

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Employment Law

A Brief Guide to Constructive Dismissal

Constructive dismissal is where an employee is forced to leave their job because of the conduct of their employer. For example, it could be considered constructive dismissal if an employer fails to take proper steps to prevent an employee being harassed at work after raising a complaint. Equally,...

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Data Law

GDPR - Staff Training

Whilst staff training has always been an important element of Data Protection compliance, the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018, will make it even more important.  Companies will be required to evidence their compliance with GDPR (there is currently no such...

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