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he EAT has determined that an employer is not able dismiss an employee who is in receipt of payments under a long-term disability plan, on grounds of incapacity, even if the contract of employment allows this.Read More
Whilst the political debates continue over Brexit, including whether we should have a second vote, a reminder that currently from an employment and immigration perspective, the current position remains as stated by the Home Office in its statement made on 21 June 2018 concerning the post Brexit scheme for EU nationals resident in the UK.
Although the scheme is still subject to approval by Parliament, the statement still gives a good indication of what the future plans are.Read More
We are pleased to launch our new initiative which supports the charities’ sector.
Appreciating the financial pressures and other challenges that charitable organisations face, we have chosen to combine our wealth of experience with preferential charging rates to provide support to our charity clients on all employment matters and immigration matters.Read More
The updates in this blog are published for information only and provide an overview of employment law and best practice as at the date of publication. No action should be taken without seeking professional advice.