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Directors paying for corporate statutory breaches

24 April 2019

Personal liability for directors who induce corporate statutory breaches of their workers’ rights in bad faith.

'Working from home' draws into view as means of driving down operational costs
Howard Freedman

28 February 2019

2019 will mark the year businesses started taking seriously the notion of ‘working from home’ as standard practice within UK firms, says the leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

New regulations on Executive Pay for quoted UK companies
Carolyn Brown

18 February 2019

Quoted UK incorporated companies have new reporting requirements around directors’ remuneration. These apply for financial years starting on or after 1 January 2019.

Court of Appeal rules Uber drivers are workers rather than self-employed
Carolyn Brown

20 December 2018

Carolyn Brown, partner and head of client legal services, comments on the decision by the Court of Appeal to uphold the employment tribunal decision that two Uber drivers should be treated as workers rather than self-employed.

Good Work Plan
Carolyn Brown

17 December 2018

The Government has presented its Good Work Plan – a vision for the future of the UK labour market, putting improving the quality of work in the UK at its heart. This is the post-Consultations legislative proposal response to the Taylor Review on Modern Working Practices report, published in July 2017 and the government’s own Industrial Strategy published in November 2017.

Price and other information for wrongful dismissal and unfair dismissal claims (only)

05 December 2018

We offer services in a wide range of employment disputes. Some employment claims must be brought in the Employment Tribunal whilst others are dealt with through the courts.

Changes to Companies Act impact reporting
Carolyn Brown

24 October 2018

Changes to the Companies Act 2006 and the Companies (Miscellaneous Reporting) Regulations 2018 mean new company reporting requirements for financial years starting on or after 1 January 2019.

Three quarters of middle market companies looking to increase flexible working
Carolyn Brown

12 September 2018

Three quarters of middle market businesses are considering new flexible working options for their employees but many worry about the security and management implications according to a new survey commissioned by RSM.

Committee proposes lowering gender pay gap reporting threshold
Carolyn Brown

03 August 2018

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy committee today published its report on gender pay gap reporting, making several proposals to change the reporting requirements. Carolyn Brown, Employment partner and Head of Client Legal Services at RSM comments.

Women's and Equalities Committee proposes new measures to tackle sexual harassment at work
Carolyn Brown

25 July 2018

Carolyn Brown, employment legal partner and head of RSM Legal, responds to today's report from the Women's and Equalities Committee on sexual harassment in the workplace.