Employing EU citizens in the UK in the context of Brexit

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On the basis that Brexit goes ahead, this Card considers employing EU citizens  in the UK, with or without the November 2018 proposed deal.

It also explains the proposals for a new immigration system for the UK, applying to EU and non-EU citizens from 2021.

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Using the holidays to catch up on employment law changes this year? The government’s programme flows from The Good Work Plan. Our updated  briefing on the Plan and subsequent developments is essential reading. 

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Join Emplaw authors Gowling WLG for a webinar on 7th May covering how TUPE applies when there is an Insolvency situation. The presenters will look at the consequences of TUPE applying in various types of insolvency scenario and how to manage the risks that creates. 

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Emplaw authors Lewis Silkin put the case for realising the benefits of neurodiversity in the workplace. This follows the release of a suite of new guidance from Acas on the topic, as reported in last month's Emplaw Monthly.

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Click here for the report and links to the Acas guidance

This concise article from Emplaw summarizes the  position of EU citizens working in the UK, with or without the current proposed deal. It also explains the proposals for a new immigration system for the UK, applying to EU and non-EU citizens from 2021. Read more.....

This article from Emplaw explains  how we have got to where we are (a clear timeline and summary of  what is already in place)  and what no deal or a deal in line with the current draft withdrawal agreement would mean for employment law. It does not consider other possibilities, such as a second referendum or a revised withdrawal agreement

Our comprehensive monthly update Includes Need To Know information such as the practical new guidance from BEIS on holiday pay and from Acas on an underestimated subject - neurodiversity in the workplace, as well as information on the current consultations on NDAs and on implementation of the IR35 reforms in the  private sector, plus reminders of April changes. Emplaw Monthly also includes links to the latest features from Emplaw authors and, for subscribers, there are professional summaries of the latest key cases with links to full reports

This podcast from Emplaw authors Gowling WLG covers how the recent TUPE case law has developed over the past year, focusing on three TUPE cases providing useful reminders of existing law and which deal with some of the most common scenarios which occur in practice. 

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Statutory Limits for Awards and Benefits 2019-2020

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This reference law card contains current information on the following:

  • Tribunal compensation limits
  • State payments on insolvency of employer
  • National Minimum Wage rates
  • Tax Rates and allowances
  • Main Social Security benefit rates
  • Main National Insurance Contribution details
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A useful  blog from Emplaw authors Cloisters explaining the recent ruling and the guidance from the Court of Appeal for employers considering whether to suspend staff who are facing serious allegations Read more..