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Doyle Clayton Solicitors

Doyle Clayton Solicitors

Following the publication of revised government guidance, Charlotte Jayaseelan explores what checks employers need to make to comply with the duty to prevent illegal working

Employers must carry out ‘right-to-work’ checks on prospective employees to prevent illegal working in the UK. The Home Office has published guidance to assist employers with meeting this obligation, an updated version of which came into effect on 16 August 2017.

A recent survey has revealed the impact of business size and employee age on levels of discrimination in the workplace, writes Tina Wisener

Recent research carried out on behalf of employment solicitors Doyle Clayton reveals the truth of the popular saying ‘small is beautiful’ when it comes to levels of workplace discrimination. The research, which considered how a business’s size can affect the level of discrimination experienced and witnessed, revealed that micro businesses (those employing between one and nine people) are the least discriminatory places to work.