Contents tagged with Brexit and Immigration

  • #Brexit and immigration; will free movement of workers remain?

    Tags: Employment Law, Brexit and Immigration

    Last week we brought you our early predictions on what employment law changes #Brexit could bring with it.  If you missed our article, check it out here.

    With #Brexit still a huge topic of conversation amongst many, and news reports citing increased levels of racism against nationals from other EU counties who live and work in the UK, we take a look at what Brexit means for those exercising their right to free movement under EU legislation.  Don’t forget, this not only applies to nationals of others EU countries living in the UK but also UK nationals living elsewhere in the EU.

    Nothing has changed.  Yet.

    Our legal rights and obligations have not changed…yet.  Despite the outcome of the referendum, until the UK’s exit from the EU is negotiated ( … more

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  • Parental Bereavement Bill

    Tags: Still born, Parental leave, Parental pay, House of Commons, House of Lords, Legislation, Draft

    MP Will Quince's Parental Bereavement Bill passed the final stage in the House of Commons last month, seeking to allow parents time to grieve after the death of their child and gaining unanimous cross-party support. Quince proposed the bill along with Kevin Hollinrake, after Quince’s son, Robert, was stillborn at full term in 2014, suffering from Edward’s Syndrome.  

    Current legal position  

    While it is expected of employers to be compassionate and flexible when their employees face difficult times such as mourning the loss of a loved one, there is no legal requirement for employers to provide leave or pay to employees who are grieving the loss of a child.  

    Under the Employment Rights Act, employees do have a day-one right to take a ‘ … more

    

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