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Are booze-fuelled parties becoming a thing of the past within the legal sector, former partner gives her comments in The Times on the topic.
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This Week’s Fine Imposed on Facebook Data

In a recently written article published in The Legal Diary, Christine Caffrey was asked to comment on the news of Facebook being fined €1.2bn…

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Government Announces Changes to Working Time Regulations, TUPE and Non-Compete Clauses

Emily Morrison discusses the significant changes announced by the Government on Working Time Regulations, TUPE and Non-Compete Clauses.

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Employee Sabbaticals: Business Benefits and Tips on Getting the Policy Right

Gita Patel outlines the business benefits of offering sabbatical leave to employees.

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James Cresswell and Nishma Chudasama discuss the 5 legal updates employers need to know this April.

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Can Legal Action be Taken Against Discriminatory Recruitment Criteria?

It has been ruled by several employment tribunals that gender critical beliefs should not be discriminated against in the workplace, and any discriminatory…

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Consultation on Holiday Pay Following Harpur Trust v Brazel

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has concluded its consultation in response to the Harpur Trust v Brazel case, which…

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Changes to look out for from the Spring Budget 2023

Getting people “back into work” is the main focus of Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Spring Budget announced on 15 March 2023. The reform will impact employees…

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