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  • Overview

    In this month’s Workplace Law we have a video from Ben Stepney, Senior Associate from our employment team who gives a brief update on some legislative changes we expect to see throughout 2022, including the right to disconnect and how women returning from maternity leave will be protected from redundancy.  We also offer an overview of some key employment law changes that happened in April, and also discuss equal pay audits and how they work.

    If you have any questions about any of the topics raised in Workplace Law, please do get in touch.

    Employment law updates for 2022

    Ben Stepney, Senior Associate from our employment team giving us a brief update on some legislative changes we expect to see throughout 2022.

    Click here to watch the full video

    What are equal pay audits and how do they work?

    The Equality Act 2010 incorporates the clear principle of “equal pay for equal work”. However in practice, equal pay concerns have been increasingly at the forefront of complex employment matters. 

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    What employment law changes happened in April

    April is always a significant time of year for legislative changes in the employment sector, coinciding with the tax year end. 

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