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Employment Law Updates


MLR provide useful electronic employment law updates giving employers and HR Managers information on the most up to date tribunal decisions, legislation changes and best

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Employment Law Events


Throughout the year MLR are holding a series of employment law workshops and updates at various locations across South and West Wales.  From an update

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ICO warns businesses to prepare with one year to go until the GDPR


The Information Commissioner (ICO) has warned businesses that there's no time to delay in preparing for "the biggest change to data protection law for a

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Union membership falls to lowest level since records began


The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has announced that the number of union members is at an all-time low of 6.2 million. According to the

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Redundancy following sickness absence was not discrimination arising from disability (EAT)


In a recent case the Employment Appeal Tribunal gave guidance on the test for discrimination arising from disability.


Discrimination arising from disability occurs where both:

A treats

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Employers begin to publish gender pay gap data on government website


Employers have begun to publish their gender pay gap information on the government's gender pay gap data website.


Click here to access the recent report:

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Government publishes response to report on high heels and workplace dress codes


The government has published its response to the House of Commons Petitions Committee and Women and Equalities Committee joint report on dress codes in the

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Auto-enrolment: employer pays 40,000 penalty for non-compliance


In May 2017, the Pensions Regulator issued a regulatory intervention report in relation to action taken against Johnson Shoes Company.

The Pensions Regulator has published details

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Headscarf ban was not direct discrimination


Ms Achbita worked for G4S who said that employees were not permitted to wear any religious, political or philosophical symbols while on duty. She was

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A poor attitude to organisational change could constitute gross misconduct


The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that procedural failings and inclusion in an internal appeal panel of an individual (who was junior to the

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