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Employment Law News Updates

Here we publish information on the latest employment law news stories

An invitation from Emplaw Online authors Shakespeare Martineau to a half day seminar which will include a roundup of all the latest employment case law as well as looking at issues around having a flexible work force and the importance of supporting equality issues in the workplace.

The seminars, which are suitable for HR professionals, senior managers and business owners take place in March. For more information and to register, please click here

A video of a panel discussion at the Multilaw Labour & Employment Group during which their employment law experts explored issues arising from the interplay between employment law and data privacy in 3 different contexts: (i) at the recruitment stage, (ii) during employment and (iii) when an employee leaves. The content will be of interest to HR Directors, in-house Counsel and other senior executives with responsibility for managing an international workforce.

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Multilaw authors an ebook on employment law in other jurisdictions, downloadable free at

From the gig economy to whistleblowing to holiday pay to discrimination, there have been some key developments in 2017. Click here for our annual essential summary of the year's employment hapeendings and to know what to look out for in 2018

Click here for the  bumper December 2017 edition of Emplaw Monthly which reviews the latest employment law news including more free access to up-to-date legislation, ICO updates, the end of the Fit for Work referral and assessment service and the employment provisions from the Finance Bill 2017-19 - as well as links to latest articles including Employment highlights of 2017 and looking ahead to 2018, plus summaries of the key cases (for subscribers).


A podcast from Emplaw Online authors, Gowling WLG which provides an overview of The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations and pensions.

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Caspar Glyn QC from Cloisters (Emplaw Online authors) explains the holiday pay decision in C‑214/16 King v The Sash Windows Workshop Limited handed down on 27th November and considers whether it might be the decision that turns the claims for worker status from a trickle into a flood.

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Click here for the November 2017 edition of Emplaw Monthly which reviews the latest employment law news including the ICO advice line service on GDPR, the refund scheme for ET/EAT fees and a summary of  Acas mental health guidance - as well as links to latest articles including Budget Highlights for Employment Specialists and Uber drivers are "workers" but Deliveroo riders are not - what's the difference?, plus summaries of the latest key cases (for subscribers).



Click here for a summary of the key points including tax and minimum wage changes and the postponement of reforms to the NICs treatment of termination payments

The Central Arbitration Committee has found that Deliveroo riders are not 'workers', yet the week before, the Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld the tribunal's finding that Uber drivers were workers. Emplaw Online authors WLG consider why  there is a difference between the two cases and what this means for future developments in the employment landscape.

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Emplaw Online authors Gowling WLG set out an easy-to-follow guide to the key points to consider and a series of top tips for applying the law in practice.

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