In this podcast, Lucy Densham Brown and Rebecca Dowle, members of the employment team summarise some of the big new family-friendly Bills that are working their way through parliament.
This podcast is a prelude to the Employee Ownership Trusts (EOTs) Roadshow, which Clarkslegal is hosting at Thames Tower in Reading on 17 May in collaboration with K3 Tax Advisory, Quantuma, Shawbrook Bank and J Gadd Associates.
In this podcast Ciara Duggan and Oscar Poku members of the Data Protection team at Clarkslegal discuss DSARs in an employment law context, as they often appear where there is on ongoing dispute between an employee and their employer. They will explain what exactly a DSAR is, how one is made, and how companies should respond if they receive one.
In this podcast Rebecca Hone and Monica Mastropasqua members of the immigration team at Clarkslegal discuss how to apply for a sponsor licence so you can sponsor foreign workers to come and work in the UK.
To employ individuals from overseas, with the exception of Irish nationals, it is imperative to ensure compliance with specific prerequisites and initiate the formal permission procedure.
This guide is correct as at July 2023. The upcoming Renters Reform Bill will, once passed into law, introduce significant changes to ASTs and an up to date guide will be published in due course.
In recent months, we have witnessed a series of high-profile data breaches that have brought data protection issues to the forefront of the public’s mind and with this comes an increase in Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs).
The Government consulted on a mandatory approach to ethnicity pay reporting in 2018. Which sought views on the benefits of gathering, monitoring and publishing ethnicity data; data handling, amongst other key areas.
Our interactive seminar will cover succession planning and your exit strategy, what this means for SMEs, things you might want to consider and where to get support.
Both the UK Electoral Commission and the PSNI, announced serious data breaches. This article looks at what happened to cause the breaches, and what lessons employers can learn from this about processing data and how to protect the information.