Updated to reflect Government announcements that: the skilled worker salary threshold will increase; the shortage occupation list will be reformed; a review of the graduate route will be undertaken; and care workers will no longer be able to bring dependants to the UK.
Updated to include new information on the European Commission proposals for two Directives on the role of national equality bodies, and a proposal for the revision of the health and safety Directives that deal with lead and di-isocyanates at work.
To address the gender pay gap across its member states, the EU recently approved the Pay Transparency Directive (2023/970/EU). The Directive introduces reporting requirements and obliges employers to take steps to address pay inequalities, and must be transposed into national legislation by 7 June 2026. Rocio Carracedo Lopez, international legal editor at XpertHR, examines the new rules and discusses their implications for employers operating across the EU - and in the UK.
Updated to reflect that pending late applications to the EU settlement scheme can be checked using an online right to work check, where the employee has a digital certificate of application.
Updated to reflect that digital certificates of application under the EUSS are no longer included as a List B document requiring a Positive Verification Notice from the Employer Checking Service. These can now be checked using an online right to work check.
Updated to reflect that employers should carry out an online right to work check when an employee makes a late application under the EU settlement scheme.
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Updated to reflect that the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Act 2023 received Royal Assent on 29 June 2023.
In this webinar, Niran de Silva KC, Employment law specialist at Littleton Chambers, discusses the possible effects of the Bill for HR professionals. He looks at working time regulations, TUPE, and changes to the way courts and tribunals may interpret retained EU law
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