In the run up to the election, the Conservatives promised to be tough on immigration law. So, will the election result impact have any real impact on their immigration agenda and what are the likely implications for businesses in the UK? Caroline Glacken of Constantine Law compares the promises of each party.
Recruiters have been warned to give a scheme claiming to avoid tax using job boards and loyalty points paid by a third party a wide berth or risk facing big penalties.
Read John Hayes' comments for The Recruiter here.
The traditional pay structure for rewarding non-equity partners in law firms is fundamentally unfair, out-dated and does not reflect the radical cost savings that can be made through the current technological revolution, says John Hayes of Constantine Law. More worryingly, our clients are re-engineering how they are doing things but we are not, at least not in the way that we engage with and pay our people. This is creating a huge employment relations issue.
Read John's thoughts in full in this month's Lawyer Monthly.
Caroline Glacken of looks at some key areas of UK employment law which are likely to be in the spotlight this year.