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Managing the Modern Workplace
V&E International Labor & Employment Resources

Hot Topic Getting Hotter — UK "Worker" Status Cases

We have previously written about the UK’s “worker” status, an intermediate classification between an employee and a self-employed contractor, which affords some of the benefits and protections of employment (such as minimum wage and paid vacation). This remains a hot topic for employment law in 2018, with two significant cases working their way through the UK courts.

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  • 15
  • March
  • 2018

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Mind the Gap, Part II: Act Urgently on UK Gender Pay Gap Reporting

If you haven’t acted to submit your UK employee gender pay gap report, you probably aren’t alone: media reports suggest that only 1/6 of expected businesses have filed the required report. But covered businesses should not take a “safety in numbers” approach. With time until the deadline quickly running out, and the UK’s Equality and Human Rights Commission warning that it will be “fully enforcing” against non-compliant businesses, now is the time to prepare for the 5 April 2018 deadline.

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Local Opportunity for Education on International Matters

For those of you located in Texas, you have no doubt noticed how important international legal matters can be for Texas employers. With the significant international trade that occurs in Texas, both along its border with Mexico and from all of its ports and airports, it is important to have an understanding of different legal issues related to international business. With this goal in mind, the International Law Section of the State Bar of Texas is sponsoring its Annual Institute on April 5 and 6 in Houston. You can see details here. This is one of those rare opportunities to “travel around the world” right here in Houston.

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Who Was Sergei Magnitsky and Why Should You Care?

Sergei Magnitsky was a Russian accountant who had the audacity to claim that large-scale  theft from the Russian government was carried out by Russian officials. Shortly after making these allegations, he was arrested and spent a year in prison in Russia without being charged for any crime. Ultimately, Magnitsky died in prison of various health ailments. An investigation authored by the Kremlin itself found that he had been given inadequate medical care and was assaulted shortly before his death. 

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