Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill 2022-23: what is the impact on employment law?
The future of work – UK government announces a review
The European Commission has published draft legislation aimed at supporting gig economy workers, but how will this impact the UK?
What does the Brexit trade deal with the EU mean for UK employment law?
Will Yodel couriers be forgotten in a no-deal Brexit?
With interesting timing, the Watford Employment Tribunal (ET) has referred a number of questions to the Court of Justice of […]
EU developments: what new measures might we see on workers' rights?
The EU Council has had a busy month, adopting two new directives which will strengthen employees’ rights. It also adopted […]
New regulations set out work and residence permit procedure for UK nationals living in Spain post-Brexit
New regulations have been enacted in Spain setting out what UK citizens working or living in Spain after Brexit will […]
EU Settlement Scheme: Possible tax burden where employers pay application fee on behalf of employees
As you are probably already aware, EU nationals who want to remain in the UK post Brexit will need to […]
CIPD reports that a reduced amount of EU to UK migration has caused a skills shortage in the UK
According to CIPD's latest quarterly labour market snapshot, a slump in the number of EU citizens migrating to the UK has exacerbated skills shortages in the UK.
Migrants' rights in the spotlight
Brexit is thought to be one of the reasons why the Tier 2 (General) restricted Certificate of Sponsorship cap has been reached. However, we may at last be seeing some reprieve from this.
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.