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28 March 2018
The Department for Education has invited professionals to comment and share their views on what makes a difference to children’s educational outcomes. Further, the government is looking for opinions and suggestions on how in practice, this can be improved.
23 March 2018
The media is rife with the news that a number of Clinical Commissioning Groups (the NHS bodies responsible for making decisions about NHS Continuing Heathcare) (CCGs) are at risk of legal action if they cannot show that their policies on where that care can be provided are lawful.
20 March 2018
Gender reassignment is a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010. Yet a case recently emerged in which a female Primark employee received £47,000 in compensation after suffering gender reassignment discrimination
The nation’s best loved institution. 70 years is a long time to endure at a time in this nation’s history of unprecedented and very rapid change. Conceived and introduced in the post-war era in recognition of sacrifices made, offering free health care to all.
Once you have established a successful business, shareholders may expect to see a return on their investment. This may either be by way of a sale of their shares, or by the payment of dividends from the company.
16 March 2018
Complete clarity on the issues surrounding the gig economy is still some way off, but there have been significant moves to address many of the issues.
14 March 2018
Tesco is facing an £4 billion equal pay claim from thousands of female shop workers. If this claim is successful, it could result in the UK’s largest ever claim for equal pay, potentially opening the floodgates for other similar claims.
13 March 2018
From Westminster to Hollywood and more recently the charity sector, reports of sexual harassment have become a regular feature in headline news.
12 March 2018
The DfE (Department for Education) has issued new guidance, first published on 8th March, 2018 detailing how the National Trial will work in the SEN (Special Educational Needs) Tribunal. This has been much anticipated since the end of the pilot scheme from June 2015 to August 2016.
09 March 2018
If you’re a UK business, (however large or small) and want to employ staff from outside the EU, you will generally need to have a Sponsor Licence awarded by the Home Office.
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