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Flexible working

Flexible Working

Despite many predictions that flexible working would become much more common in the workplace since the introduction of the right to request in 2003, this hasn’t come to fruition. The Office of National Statistics report that the percentage of employee’s working flexibly has remained at around 25% over the last 20 years.

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Age Discrimination

In February 2019 ACAS produced their latest guide focused on Age Discrimination and key points for employers. Age is one of the nine protected characteristics in the Equality Act 2010, protecting people of all ages from discrimination.

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Right To Work

Right to Work Checks

All employers in the UK must conduct simple right to work checks, before an employee or worker starts work, in order to make sure that the individual in question is allowed to legally work in the UK.

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Spring Statement 2019

Whilst being consumed with all things Brexit, Philip Hammond presented his second Spring Statement on Wednesday 13 March 2019.

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