Employment Newsletter September 2019

Employment Newsletter September 2019

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Welcome to your September edition of the AJ LawTalk Employment Law Newsletter, with the latest news and updates from the team.

Containing advice and updates on recent changes to employment law and how they may affect you and your business, we hope you find our latest newsletter helpful and informative.

In this edition you will find information on:

Good Work Plan: Changes to Employee Onboarding and Conditions of Employment

Good Work Plan: Changes to Employee Onboarding and Conditions of Employment

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Health is Everyone's Business: UK government to support employers in reducing ill-health related job loss

Health is Everyone's Business: UK government to support employers in reducing ill-health related job loss

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Pregnancy and maternity leave: extending redundancy protection for new parents

Pregnancy and maternity leave: extending redundancy protection for new parents

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Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd: Supreme Court reviews restrictive covenants in UK employment contracts

Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd: Supreme Court reviews restrictive covenants in UK employment contracts

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Why are female workers more likely than men to miss out on annual paid leave and holiday pay?

Why are female workers more likely than men to miss out on annual paid leave and holiday pay?

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