We advise on the full range of employment issues our clients encounter across sectors including Financial Services, Oil and Gas, Infrastructure, Diversified Industries and Universities. We have bespoke teams that specialise in each of these sectors.
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A recent survey confirmed that more than half of employees do not believe their employer suffers any harm if they take data belonging to that company when they leave it. As the competition for talent increases, whole teams of employees are switching employers. In these situations swift and decisive action is required.
Outsourcing has gathered strength over the past two decades and is now a widely accepted practice in public and private sectors worldwide. It often involves the transfer of staff to a specialist service provider: this is where Pinsent Masons' specialist outsourcing team can assist.
New UK regulations will be in place by Spring 2016 requiring employers with 250 or more employees to publish their gender pay gap. Mandatory reporting is expected by April 2017 at the latest. This development has implications beyond the risk of equal pay claims. Your gender pay gap - and how you report and address it - may affect your brand, reputation and ability to recruit and retain staff.
With the Trade Union Bill making radical changes to the UK's strike laws, we're helping employers understand how these reforms shift the legal and tactical dynamics around industrial action and the wider impact on their industrial relations strategies.
Any UK-based employer which engages overseas workers in its business in the UK needs to be aware of UK immigration laws for the purposes of compliance. Transferring people from one country to work in another on a long-term basis, or even for short-term secondments, can give rise to a minefield of immigration and employment issues.
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