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Join Clarkslegal and Quantuma, to hear how Employee Ownership Trust’s (EOT’s) are structured from an advisers’ perspective, including practical tips on how to prepare in advance and to explore key considerations when planning an exit through employee ownership trusts, both with and without third party funding.
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- 03 May 2016
What exactly needs changing? Re-organisations and contract terms issues for HR
It is a frequent issue for HR that a decision is made to carry out some organisational change that impacts all or any of working hours, shift arrangements, rates of pay, duties to be carried out, and other similar matters that not surprisingly make employees feel unsettled or, in some cases, militantly opposed to the employer’s plans.
- 29 April 2016
Wanted: Practicability and precision for re-engagement orders
The recent case of Lincolnshire County Council v Lupton has highlighted the need for Tribunals to consider the practical implications of re-engagement and ensure that any terms of re-engagement are expressed with a suitable degree of detail and precision.
- 28 April 2016
Clarkslegal’s Construction Team obtains landmark Judgment in the Technology and Construction Court
Following the leading Judgment of Mrs Justice Carr in the Technology and Construction Court issued on 14 April in the case of Stellite Construction Limited v Vascroft Contractors Limited, Clarkslegal’s specialist construction law team acted for Vascroft Contractors Limited
- 27 April 2016
- Public projects and procurement
New pressures on HR from supply chain risks
Convergence of various developments will pull over stretched HR more towards how to manage and monitor supply chain issues, especially when contracting with overseas countries that have a high risk profile for workforce practices that offend international standards and UK corporate values.
- 22 April 2016
Contractual staff handbooks
In the case of Department for Transport v Sparks and others, the Department of Transport (DfT) wanted to implement a new attendance management procedure. This new procedure contained provisions allowing for the formal absence management process to be triggered earlier than was currently the case.
- 22 April 2016
Employers no longer have to pay National Insurance contributions for apprentices under the age of 25
April 2016 marks a change in the law that is designed to further encourage employers to take on more apprentices. Since 6 April 2016 employers no longer have to pay National Insurance contributions for apprentices under the age of 25 for earnings below £827 per week (£43,000 per year).