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On 6th April 2010 new regulations were introduced which give parents of children due, or matched for adoption, on or after 3rd April 2011 greater flexibility as to how they use maternity and paternity leave
When eight new countries joined the EU in 2004 the government introduced an economic migration monitoring mechanism, known as the Worker Registration Scheme (WRS)
The Bribery Act 2010 comes into force on 1st July 2011 and the Ministry of Justice has recently published guidance on its a website.
We covered this topic in a previous update, but for those who are still unsure of employee’s rights to time off for this public holiday please find information below
The Default Retirement Age is now gone. It had previously been possible for employers, without objective justification, to force employees to retire at 65 years of age but as of 6th April 2011 this became unlawful. The only...
The government has announced that the national minimum wage will increase from 1st October 2011. The increases will be as follows:
The marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton is fast approaching (April 29th if it is not yet in your diaries) and people may be gearing up to celebrate this occasion with get-togethers and street parties