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Articles, News and Features

An article from Emplaw Online on how to avoid discrimination whilst running an efficient recruitment process attracting applicants from around the world

Click here for the July 2017 edition of Emplaw Monthly which reviews the latest employment law news including the Welsh Assembly Bill to reverse the Trade Union Act 2016 as it applies to public service, updated  ICO Codes of Practice on Subject Access and CCTV and a Bill to provide for paid parental bereavement leave as well as links to our latest articles on the Matthew Taylor review, Working Time and Contractual Holiday, and  a podcast on How to Write a Dress code plus summaries of the latest key cases (for subscribers).

As employment specialists knew, it was never going to be simple... The outcome of the review has been published and there have been various headlines suggesting business groups have been generally positive, and unions and employment lawyers less so. Why is this? Click here for an article from Emplaw Online which takes an in-depth view of the key points.