All items: Domestic measures

  • Brexit: practical five-point checklist for employers

    Date:
    6 September 2016

    As Theresa May rejects the idea of a points-based immigration scheme for EU workers, employers continue to face uncertainty as to the long-term impact of the Brexit vote on UK employment laws. We provide a practical checklist to help employers prepare for the UK's departure from the EU.

  • Immigration Act changes: how can organisations get their house in order?

    Date:
    8 July 2016

    Employers face tougher fines and even the prospect of a jail term as tougher new rules on employing illegal workers are introduced next week. Laura Devine, managing partner of immigration law specialists Laura Devine Solicitors, considers the implications of changes to the Immigration Act.

  • How to reassure staff after the Brexit vote

    Date:
    6 July 2016

    There's no doubt that the Brexit vote sent shockwaves through workplaces across the UK, whichever side staff voted. Some employers have emailed workers to offer reassurance, but is this the best or only way to support staff during this period of uncertainty?

  • How will Brexit affect employers with EEA workers?

    Date:
    6 July 2016

    Kerry Garcia and Jackie Penlington from Stevens & Bolton LLP consider how the UK's exit from the EU might affect workers from the wider European Economic Area.

  • How does Brexit affect international assignments?

    Date:
    1 July 2016

    The process for the UK leaving the EU is yet to be set in motion, but employers should start thinking about the long-term implications for the movement of staff between the UK and other countries.

  • EU referendum: no excuse to put off data protection preparations

    Date:
    7 June 2016

    Don't wait until after the EU referendum to start preparing for the new EU data protection regulations, advises lawyer Sarah Thompson.

  • Brexit: Might the Government's grip on trade unions get tighter?

    Date:
    20 May 2016

    Will an exit from the EU empower the Government to reduce the rights of trade unions and the right to strike still further?

  • What might happen to TUPE now the UK has left Europe?

    Date:
    5 May 2016

    As part of our series of articles looking at the impact of a potential Brexit on employers and their legal obligations, Dan Peyton, managing partner of international law firm McGuireWoods, looks at what might happen to TUPE legislation.

  • EU referendum: how to get ready for a potential Brexit

    Date:
    29 April 2016

    As the debate hots up over the UK referendum on leaving or staying in the EU, what steps should UK employers be taking to prepare for a potential "Brexit"? We take a look at what employment law experts are advising.

  • The possible impact of leaving the EU on UK employment law

    Date:
    28 September 2015

    Consultant editor Darren Newman looks at three recent ECJ cases potentially impacting on UK employment law, and speculates on what a UK exit from the EU - and the ECJ's jurisdiction - could mean for UK employment law.

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Legal guidance: HR and legal information and guidance relating to domestic employment measures.