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Right to work checks- a modernised approach

The government has announced changes to modernise the "right to work" checks needed to avoid employing illegal workers in the UK. The changes will take effect from 28 January 2019.
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Right to work checks- a modernised approach

Equality – in the headlines

The UK PRM (People, Reward and Mobility) team at Dentons strives to keep you up to date with what's happening in the news that has an impact on you. It was notable that Wednesday's search had a common theme running through the articles. They all related to equality addressing either equal pay or gender diversity.
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Equality – in the headlines

Data Breach – Employers Vicariously Liable

The Court of Appeal has ruled that Morrisons is liable for a data breach which saw thousands of its employees' details posted online by a disgruntled ex-employee, Mr Skelton. The judgment has come as a shock to businesses after the Court of Appeal found the supermarket liable for the actions of its employee in this case.
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Data Breach – Employers Vicariously Liable

Employee status and agency workers: The nature of the work is the key consideration

An employee on a temporary zero hours contract should be classed as an agency worker, the Employment Appeal Tribunal found in Brooknight Guarding Limited v. Matei.
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Employee status and agency workers: The nature of the work is the key consideration

Kilraine v London Borough of Wandsworth [2018]

A recent case has considered the issue of what amounts to a protected disclosure. In Kilraine v. London Borough of Wandsworth [2018], the Court of Appeal guided Employment Tribunals in such cases to focus on determining whether there was a "protected disclosure" and whether the disclosed information, showed or tended to show that one or more of the six specified types of malpractice had taken place or was likely to take place – for example a breach of a legal obligation.
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Kilraine v London Borough of Wandsworth [2018]

Home Office publishes details of settlement scheme for EU Citizens:

EU citizens will be able to apply for settled status in 3 easy steps for less than the price of a passport, under plans outlined by the Immigration Minister today. Please see here for further details.

Home Office publishes details of settlement scheme for EU Citizens:

Tier 2 Restricted Certificates of Sponsorship – Quota hit

Tier 2 Restricted Certificates of Sponsorship (CoS), which employers use to employ non-EU/EEA nationals in the UK, are scarce.
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Tier 2 Restricted Certificates of Sponsorship – Quota hit

All workers to benefit from the right to an itemized payslip

An Order for an amendment to the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA) has now been made. The Order will grant every worker the right to an itemised pay statement from 6 April 2019.
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All workers to benefit from the right to an itemized payslip

Taylor Review – update

The House of Commons Work and Pensions and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committees (the Committees) made recommendations in November 2017 for addressing the issues raised in the Taylor Review. These included:
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Taylor Review – update

The “Windrush” generation – the similarities for EU nationals

The UK government's immigration minister, Caroline Nokes, has set out the government's commitment to support the "Windrush" generation. The "Windrush" generation is a reference to the ship, the Empire Windrush, that brought workers from the West Indies to Britain in 1948.
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The “Windrush” generation – the similarities for EU nationals