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  • Overview

    Welcome to the April edition of workplace law.  This time we look at women’s progression in the workplace, the ethnicity pay gap, Brexit travel, National Minimum Wage enforcement and stress at work.

    Women’s progression in the workplace

    The Government Equalities Office has recently issued new guidance for employers on actions they can take to support women’s progress in the workplace.  It is hoped that this will help to close the gender pay gap and increase gender equality in the workplace.

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    Only 5% of employers have analysed their ethnicity pay gap

    New research suggests that only a small fraction of UK businesses have conducted any analysis of their ethnicity pay gap with legal restrictions and GDPR compliance being the main factors restricting them from doing so.

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    Brexit travel: Visa travel following UK’s withdrawal

    On 9 April 2019, the General Affairs Council had opted the proposed regulation amending Council Regulation (EC) 539/2001. 

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    National minimum wage enforcement

    There are various levels of national minimum wage (NMW) and national living wage (NLW) depending on an individual’s age. 

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    Stress at work

    Stress is, arguably, inherent in work and is a nationwide issue.  A recent report by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) found that 37% of the 1,078 professionals interviewed had noticed a rise in stress-related absences over the past year. 

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