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Brexit: Implications & Considerations for UK Employers

Brexit: Implications & Considerations for UK Employers

The Brexit transition period ends on 31 December 2020 and with a UK-EU trade deal having been agreed just days ago, we look at the implications and considerations of Brexit for UK employers. The United Kingdom officially left the EU on 31 January 2020 and the transition period, during which time the UK was treated for most

Top 5 Employment Law Questions of August 2018

1. When is it permissible for an employer to terminate the contract of employment of an employee on the grounds of ill health? Dismissing an employee on the grounds of ill health is anything but straight forward. Lack of capability, including when assessed with reference to health can be viewed as a potentially fair reason

New Research Produced by the CIPD establishes the need for a flexible, affordable and straightforward immigration system

CIPD: As Brexit negotiations commence, business owners sound the alarm over immigration crisis Recent research published by the CIPD has highlighted the demand for a direct, flexible and cost-efficient immigration system following Brexit. The research produced by the CIPD displayed: -UK employers struggled to fill low or semi-skilled jobs with UK born citizens and therefore