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Lexis®PSL Employment weekly highlights—29 September 2016

Lexis®PSL Employment weekly highlights—29 September 2016
Published on: 29 September 2016
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Lexis®PSL Employment weekly highlights—29 September 2016
  • In this issue:
  • Changes taking effect on 1 October 2016: a round-up for employment lawyers
  • Practicalities of working from home for law firms
  • Headlines (News updates & analysis)
  • Government to proceed with plans to improve consistency in public sector exit payments
  • Civil Service Compensation Scheme reforms to happen, despite concerns
  • PRA publishes new requirements and proposals on strengthening accountability, remuneration rules and whistleblowing
  • Study shows gender pay gap widens at the top
  • National Minimum Wage: companies avoiding 'naming and shaming' and prosecutions
  • More...

Article summary

This week’s edition of Employment highlights includes: (1) changes taking effect on 1 October 2016 including increases to the national minimum wage, (2) consideration of the practicalities of working from home by Stephen Cates, employment specialist and partner at Laytons Solicitors LLP, (3) the government’s decision to proceed with plans to improve consistency in public sector exit payments, (4) the Minister for the Cabinet Office’s plans to press ahead with reforms to the Civil Service Compensation Scheme despite wide disagreement with the proposals, (5) publication by the Prudential Regulation Authority of new requirements and proposals on strengthening accountability, remuneration rules and whistleblowing in banking and insurance, (6) a study by the London School of Economics which shows the gender pay gap widens at the top, (7) updates about companies avoiding being ‘named and shamed’ or prosecuted after failing to pay the National Minimum Wage, (8) updates to our case and legislation trackers, (9) details of our new materials on Bring Your Own Device policies, (10) dates for your diary, and (11) six new Q&As added to Lexis®PSL Employment. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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