Employment

Right to work checks: Extended criminal liabilities for employers

Germaine Machin-Cowen and Aaron Lyons, Associates in our Sheffield office, comment: On 12 July 2016, a number of changes under the Immigration Act 2016 will come into force, including extended criminal offences for employers in relation to illegal working. Background All employers in the UK have a duty to prevent illegal working by carrying out …

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Non-compete clauses: Government call for evidence – let us submit a response on your behalf

In April 2016, the Government launched its Innovation Plan, and, as part of this, announced it would be making a call for evidence on the future of employers being able to include non-compete clauses in agreements with workers and employees.  DLA Piper’s Employment group has prepared a survey which focuses on key questions raised by …

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