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After abolition of fees, employment Tribunal significantly up

8,173 single claims were filed with the Employment Tribunals over the three months to December 31st (the first full quarter since fees were abolished). This represents a 16 percent increase compared to the previous quarter and is the highest level seen since Q3 2013, says GQ|Littler, the specialist law firm

Contributor: Paul Quain | Published: 12 March 2018

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Half of recruiters are at risk of criminal charges

The survey – conducted in partnership with specialist back office and support recruitment consultancy, Camino Partners – found that 43% of recruitment agencies are unaware of the impact this legislation could have on their business. This statistic is particularly concerning considering that one third of the survey respondents are responsible for compliance in their firm.

Contributor: Michelle Reilly | Published: 28 February 2018

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Cartels targeted as tip offs rise

The CMA is now launching a new campaign to encourage more people to come forward with information that will help it hunt out illegal cartels. The campaign is part of a ramping up of the CMA’s enforcement activity and comes after the award of an extra £2.8m from the government for this work.

Contributor: Stephen Blake | Published: 21 February 2018

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Consultation in Response to the Taylor Review

The Government have published the response to the Matthew Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices and has commenced four related consultations for proposals under a ‘Good work plan’ to address the Taylor review’s “7 principles for good quality work for all”.

Contributor: Makbool Javaid | Published: 14 February 2018