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The Myth of Gold-Plating

Gold-plating is such a clever term – I wish I’d thought of it. In the employment law context it refers to over-implementing EU rules so that the UK law is more burdensome than it needs to be. When a set … Continue reading

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Are companies ‘shunning’ temps because of the Agency Workers Regulations?

I’m starting to think that I should simply dedicate this blog to Louisa Peacock of the Telegraph. Her latest offering is an article claiming that the Agency Workers Regulations have caused companies to ‘shun temps’ – with the clear implication … Continue reading

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