In this podcast Ciara Duggan and Sana Nahas members of the employment team at Clarkslegal will guide you through the tricky topic of redundancy and settlement agreements, covering what redundancy means for both employers and employees, as well as how settlement agreements work in practise.
Speculators predicted a surge in redundancies this autumn as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme comes to an end on the 30th September. However, this surge doesn’t appear to be forthcoming.
The deadline for EU (including EEA and Swiss citizens) to apply to continue living in the UK is fast approaching, with the EU Settlement Scheme set to close in less than two weeks’ time on 30 June 2021.g.
The Government has commissioned a review of the Shortage Occupations List (SOL) to determine whether any occupations should be removed or added to the list. The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has been tasked with this, and it will likely invite employers and other stakeholders to provide evidence.
The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) are regulations intended to improve energy efficiency standards in both commercial and residential properties. Compliance with MEES is a legal requirement under the Energy Act 2011. This article will focus on the current MEES regime and how it relates to commercial properties in England and Wales alone. Properties in Scotland are subject to different conditions.
The European Data Protection Board has opened a public consultation in relation to one of its guidelines on personal data breach notification under the GDPR.
Clarkslegal is pleased to announce that we are now a proud member of the Employee Ownership Association (EOA).
Research of Tommy’s (a UK charity researching the causes and prevention of pregnancy complications, miscarriage, stillbirth, premature birth and neonatal death) found that sadly it is estimated that 1 in 4 pregnancies end in loss1.