This is TEPCO’s first major venture outside of Japan into the offshore wind markets in the UK and internationally and represents a significant step in its plans to deliver clean renewable energy and create a carbon neutral society.
In this webinar, an update will be provided on the most significant recent developments over the past six months, including clarifying confusion in relation to IR35 and reviewing the often overlooked implications of allowing employees to work abroad.
The proposed acquisition would allow Societe Generale to broaden its offering for retail and online merchants.
The Combination will be implemented by way of a court-sanctioned scheme of arrangement between SDX and its shareholders, with the former’s entire share capital being acquired by Tenaz.
We are delighted to offer a series of webinars looking at some of the notable issues shipowners and operators face in the near to medium term, with insight from our leading experts in issues of maritime environmental, tax and employment law.
Members of the Employment & Immigration Group will provide an update on key developments and challenges within the UK immigration sphere during the last 12 months, including practical tips for employers navigating the post-Brexit visa regime.
International business travel is gradually picking up and many employers are keen to get back to face-to-face meetings, however, a combination of Covid-19 and Brexit has made this less straightforward than it used to be.
As the Covid-19 Omicron variant spread rapidly across the UK, Plan B measures were introduced and are now being eased again. What does this mean for employers?
On the 23 September 2021, the UK government published an open consultation which considers five ways in which the current legal framework for making flexible working requests could change. We look at what the consultation’s proposals could mean for employers.
News reports have been circulating of a Big Tech company developing a pay calculator for its US employees, but what could this mean for UK workers and how easy is it for UK employers to follow Big Tech’s lead?