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  • Overview

    Welcome to our May edition of Workplace Law, as ever legislation is on the move and case law continues to move the goal posts challenging HR and employment practitioners. This month we consider apprenticeships and the apprenticeship levy, the cap on public sector payments, the loosening of the test for disability discrimination and the risks of protected conversations failing. This month we consider apprenticeships and the apprenticeship levy, the cap on public sector payments, the loosening of the test for disability discrimination and the risks of protected conversations failing.

    To read the May edition of Workplace Law please click the following link, alternatively please download via the download link at the bottom of the page: Workplace Law - May 2016

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