employment law

Employment Law
The Employment Law landscape in the UK is constantly changing. It’s therefore a good idea to keep up to date with the changing environment. Our blogs relating to employment law will give an overview of the legal position and any case law updates that are relevant. We will also look at how to interpret employment law in a way that makes sense to your business.

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Shared Parental Leave

How does Shared Parental Leave work?

In 2014 the Government passed the Shared Parental Leave Regulations. Prior to 2014, parents had 2 very differing entitlements. The mother could enjoy up to 52 weeks maternity leave whilst the father had 2 weeks Paternity leave. The Shared Parental Leave legislation was designed to allow parents to share statutory leave, theoretically levelling the playing …

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General Election

What does the General Election result mean for employment?

Whatever your views on the General Election outcome, there is a clear majority for the Conservative Government. So what does this mean for UK employers and employees alike? National Insurance The Conservative government announced their intention to increase the threshold for paying national insurance contributions (NICs) from £8,632 to £9,500. This rise will take place …

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GDPR is one year old

GDPR is one year old – is your church on track?

This weekend marks the first anniversary of the introduction of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) legislation. GDPR is one! The Europe-wide legislation came into force on 25 May 2018, forcing churches, charities and businesses to think again about how they manage, store and destroy personal data along with introducing significant fines for data breaches. …

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