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.
This article considers Thailand’s draft bill to introduce adjudication proceedings for construction payment disputes, along with key points for both contractors and employers to consider.
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?
The UK Government recently published its response to its consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace and intends to introduce new legislation “as soon as parliamentary time allows”. At this stage, it is unclear from the Government’s Response exactly how any changes in legislation will affect current employer obligations, but employers may need to take further active steps to prevent sexual harassment.
This article highlights some considerations for UK employers during the coronavirus pandemic – how best to navigate the commercial and financial challenges.