In this article we discuss the UK’s post-Brexit immigration rules, and the ways businesses can prepare for the end of free movement.
Covid-19 and UK immigration: The implications of the coronavirus pandemic for employers and employees
In light of the coronavirus crisis, the UK Home Office has introduced a series of temporary concessions to protect Tier 2, 4 and 5 sponsors and their affected employees during the pandemic, together with a number of wider concessions that benefit employers.
Now that Brexit has taken place, the UK has entered a transition period that will last until 31 December 2020, commencing a countdown for EEA nationals and their family members to secure their long term right to live and work in the UK.
Can a tribunal question whether a warning was fairly given? This is the question when looking at the situation where an employer has dismissed an employee for an offence because they were already in receipt of a final written warning.
A round-up of the latest issues, from gender pay reporting and whether employers can rely on expired disciplinary notices to the latest case law on the gig economy, redundancy and disability discrimination.