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Recent developments have seen the extremist group, the Taliban, seize control of Afghanistan which has left many families and citizens internally displaced and fleeing the country for safety. In August 2021, the UK Government announced the Afghan Citizen’s Resettlement Scheme (ACRS) which will provide protection in the UK to those
A Skilled Worker in the eyes of the Immigration Rules is a worker who: – works for a UK employer that has been approved by the Home Office; – has a Certificate of Sponsorship from your employer about the role you’ve been offered in the UK; – does a job
A Skilled Worker in the eyes of the Immigration Rules is a worker who: – works for a UK employer that has been approved by
Dobson v North Cumbria NHS Trust: the childcare disparity. The EAT has held that women have greater childcare responsibilities. What does this mean for employers?
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) in Dobson v North Cumbria NHS Trust ruled that women still have a greater burden of childcare than men (“the
Jennifer Sole, Partner in our Employment Team, manages national Employment Tribunals survey which reveals that the system is at breaking point
The survey, commissioned by the Employment Lawyers Association (‘ELA’) has revealed that the Employment Tribunal system is crumbling under a chronically underfunded system, and is