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Extension of the Senior Managers and Certified Persons Regime

26 July 2017

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The FCA has published its long awaited consultation paper on the extension of the senior managers and certification regimes (SMCR) to all financial services regulated firms. Going forward virtually everyone in a regulated firm will be subject to increased regulatory...

The Employment law implications of 'Brexit'

22 November 2016

Publication

At first glance, it would appear that the 'Brexit' vote will have substantial implications for UK employment law, and the immigration system in the UK. In reality the extent to which current employment legislation will be affected (repealed, revised, and...

UK Employment Update - August/September 2012

7 August 2012

Publication

This edition of Employment Update considers a number of Court of Appeal cases that explore: a sick worker's entitlement to holiday pay, whether an employee has a right of legal representation at a disciplinary hearing and the extent of an employee's obligation...

UK Employment Update - July 2012

2 July 2012

Publication

This July Update examines the options open to an employer that discovers an employee's gross misconduct after exercising its right to terminate by making a payment to the employee in lieu of their notice.  In addition we review a case on the "worker"...

UK: Employment Update

17 May 2011

Publication

In this edition we look at the Government's consultation on Modern Workplaces and its proposals to introduce a new shared flexible parenting regime in 2015, to extend the right to request flexible working to all employees and its plans to clarify when statutory...

The Bribery Act 2010: action points for employers

1 April 2011

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This briefing provides a succinct list of action points that employers should consider in order to ensure that they have adequate procedures in place to prevent bribery by individuals performing services on their behalf, failing which an organisation may be liable...