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Employment Law Newsletters

2017-12-31

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

2017-12-31

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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Employment Law - Free e-learning courses

2017-12-31

In the last few years we have seen a huge rise in e-learning.  When you consider the benefits it is not hard to see why.

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Parental Bereavement Pay and Leave

2017-08-04

The Parental Bereavement (Pay and Leave) Bill 2017 was introduced into the House of Commons in July 2017. Under the bill, employed parents

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Voluntary Overtime a Light at the end of the Tunnel?

2017-08-04

Most employers will be aware of the extensive case law that has emerged over the past few years regarding the calculation of holiday

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Modern Slavery in Supply Chains

2017-08-03

In July 2017, the House of Lords were presented with the Modern Slavery (Transparency in Supply Chains) Bill 2017.

 

The

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National Minimum Wage: sleep-in shifts in the social care sector

2017-08-02

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) enforces payment of the National Minimum Wage (NMW) and is currently investigating social care providers for underpayment of

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So, employment tribunal fees are unlawful but what happens now?

2017-08-01

 

After the flurry of activity from the July Supreme Court decision - that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful - what happens now?

 

1.  It is unlikely

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BBC gender pay gap

2017-07-31

BBC Director General, Tony Hall, hopes to close the BBC gender pay gap by 2020, following a letter signed by 40 of the

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The Taylor Review of the "Gig" Economy

2017-07-31

The "gig economy" (where individuals are engaged by businesses on a flexible, ad hoc basis – e.g. Uber drivers) has recently presented problems for determining

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