Tag Archives: Redundancy

Webinar: ‘Spotlight on Key Labour and Employment Issues – Spain’

Squire Sanders presents a series of webinars focussing on the key labour and employment issues in various countries throughout Europe, Asia Pacific and the Americas. On 30 October 2012 at 4.00pm GMT (5.00pm CET, 12.00pm EDT) the featured country is Spain.  Ignacio Regojo and Juan Nasarre from Squire Sanders’ Madrid office will provide an update … Continue Reading

Unchartered Territory

Great news for fans of cheap political propaganda this week as the Department for Business Innovation & Skills releases an updated version of its 2011 Employers’ Charter. The original version was a shallow gesture aimed at dispelling the belief common among retired Colonels and other Daily Express readers that UK employment laws are all tilted … Continue Reading

Paved with Good Intentions

The Employment Appeal Tribunal’s decision in Eversheds Legal Services Limited –v- De Belin issued earlier this month reinforces the ever-present scope in HR matters for going down in flames under the weight of the best possible motives.  The perils of doing too much to avoid discrimination are less apparent, but just as real, as those … Continue Reading