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There is a busy time ahead and much for employers to be getting their heads around in the coming months. Aside from Brexit concerns and what this will mean for businesses in the medium to long term, there are also many changes that employers will need to gear up for. Click here for a checklist of the key changes for employment specialists, all linked to more detailed and useful notes on the significant changes.

Click here for a  note on the apprenticeship levy, the new regulations governing when an apprenticeship can be called an apprenticeship, and public sector apprenticeship targets, all of which come into effect in April 2017.

Schona Jolly QC of Cloisters considers the CJEU decisions in two recent cases concerning religious dress codes in the work place and how, potentially, they throw more obstacles in the way of minority communities and leave employers, particularly in the UK, unclear about their obligations.

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