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Do your recruitment and equal opportunities policies reflect our developing understanding of gender?

Heather Robertson
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Our understanding and perceptions of gender and sex have evolved significantly in recent times. The landmark case of Taylor v Jaguar Land Rover has now further developed our understanding of gender, and confirmed that those identifying as non-binary or...

Is your contract of employment compliant?

Abbey Ainslie
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The section 1 statement is the basis of all employment relationships and it is highly unusual that significant change arises in the law to affect this. However, in 2020 this is exactly what happened. With the return to more normal patterns of working, now...

Protecting your business from former employees - potential developments in the pipeline

Gillian Markland
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A non-compete clause is a type of restrictive covenant commonly found in employment contracts. Their purpose is to protect a business by preventing an employee from either (a) working for a competitor or (b) setting up their own competing business for a...

Self-employed or freelance staff? The Uber case and its implications for SMEs

Gillian Markland
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Does your business rely upon staff who you deem to be freelance or self-employed? If so, you would be well-advised to take a moment to review those relationships in light of the recent decision in Uber BV & othrs v Aslam & othr s. If, as in the...

Harrowells now has an office in Malton

Peter Mills
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Our Agricultural, Commercial and Private Client Teams have been successful in winning new instructions in the Ryedale area in recent months. As a result, we have opened a base in Malton so that we can more easily look after our clients and contacts in the...

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