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Here at Morgan LaRoche we like to keep you up-to-date with everything that's going on. So please take a moment to read our latest blog posts. For more academic news, please see our news section.

Parental leave policies are an important factor for many employees

2022-02-24

According to a recent survey by Virgin Money, 60% of working parents would leave their current jobs if it meant they would be offered better

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Employers should stop asking potential employees about salary history

2022-02-24

According to a recent survey by the Fawcett Society, 47% of working adults are asked about their previous salaries when applying for a new job.

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Paranoid delusions were unlikely to recur so the claimant was not “disabled”

2022-02-24

A claimant who suffered two episodes of paranoid delusions, which affected his timekeeping and attendance at work, was dismissed by his employer on the basis

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Calls for stronger regulations on the electronic monitoring of homeworkers

2022-02-24

According to a recent survey conducted by the trade union ‘Prospect’, 32% of employers monitor their employees who work from home, and this figure rises

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Former Tesco employee wins data breach claim for lost employment records

2022-02-24

During employment tribunal proceedings, a former employee of Tesco had requested access to her employment records (which covered a period of 15 years), to obtain

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Figures show the gender pay gap narrowed in 2020/2021

2022-02-24

Consulting firm PwC have released figures that show that the gender pay gap has slightly decreased to 13.1% amongst companies who reported for 2020/21, compared

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Employment Law Update - 14 January 2022

2022-01-14

Please click here to access the slides used in our Employment Law Update webinar on 14 January 2022.

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Guidance Document: Appointing employees as directors and/ or shareholders

2022-01-10

Click here to view our Guidance Document on appointing employees as directors and/ or shareholders.

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Fines in Wales for not working from home

2021-12-21

From 20 December 2021, the Welsh Government has made it a legal requirement that people in Wales can be fined £60 if they do not

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Period to self-certify temporarily extended to 28 days

2021-12-20

Ordinarily, employees who are entitled to receive statutory sick pay can self-certify their sickness absence for the first 7 days. During this time,

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