- Employment weekly highlights—31 August 2017
- In this issue:
- Corporate governance
- Corporate governance reforms to force companies to reveal pay gap
- Corporate governance reforms aim to enhance public trust in business
- Court considers minimum wage and the family worker exemption
- Company car fuel: revised advisory rates to take effect from 1 September 2017
- TPR carries out auto enrolment spot checks on South Wales employers
- Plans proposed to improve transport accessibility for those with disabilities
- UK still desirable to EU nationals but risk of Brexit-induced ‘brain drain’ remains
- EU to consider Brexit labour market issues
- Daily and weekly news alerts
- Dates for your diary
This week’s edition of Employment highlights includes: (1) the government’s response to the consultation on corporate government reforms which includes a proposal to require listed companies to reveal the pay ratio between their Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and their average UK worker, (2) analysis of a national minimum wage claim brought by a domestic worker in the High Court and the implications of the judgment for others by Nathan Roberts, barrister at Cloisters Chambers, (3) the new advisory fuel rates for employers with company car schemes which apply on or after 1 September 2017, (4) dates for your diary, and (5) updates to our case tracker.
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