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Anne has completed a PhD considering parental rights in the workplace (UK). This has given Anne some fascinating insights into the law, practices and procedures which employers might not be immediately aware of.
Submitted: 29 January 2019
Dr Anne Sammon outlines the proposed changes for employers in the Government consultation on improving the legal protections for women who are pregnant or on maternity leave.
Submitted: 09 May 2018
Dr Anne Sammon considers the recent EAT decision in Hextall v Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police.
Submitted: 12 April 2018
Dr Anne Sammon considers the implications for employers following the latest decision from the EAT regarding Shared Parental Leave.
Submitted: 20 June 2017
Dr Anne Sammon outlines the significance for employers over the latest tribunal decision concerning enhanced maternity pay.
Submitted: 31 January 2017
Dr Anne Sammon outlines the changes that we can expect in 2017.
Submitted: 29 March 2016
Dr Anne Sammon considers the likely impact on family-friendly policies with the Government’s anticipated plans for mandatory gender pay gap reporting.
Submitted: 22 March 2016
Dr Anne Sammon considers the important issues employers should be aware of when dealing with the provision of childcare vouchers during maternity leave.
Submitted: 16 November 2015
Dr Anne Sammon considers the important issues employers should be aware of when dealing with requests for breastfeeding in the workplace.
Submitted: 05 October 2015
Dr Anne Sammon considers the likely impact for employers on the government’s plans for extending SPL to grandparents.
Submitted: 17 August 2015
Anne Sammon considers the important points for employers to note when dealing with requests for time off for antenatal care.
A practical guide to the shared parental leave regime.
We have developed a toolkit to help firms progress implementation of SMCR in a cost effective way.
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19 Jul 2019
The Irish regulator has published the findings from its review of closet tracking.
18 Jul 2019
Following a settlement last week the US Federal Trade Commission has imposed a fine of $5bn on Facebook in relation to its privacy law violations in connection with the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The sheer scale of the fine, more than twice the maximum level possible under GDPR, and the market reaction to it raise a number of interesting questions.
We consider why buy-side insureds are starting to request the exclusion of insurers’ subrogation rights against the buyer’s professional advisors. Are concerns that contribution claims might be made against the seller well founded?
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