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Employment Matters

Issue 16: June 2022

Employment Matters

Editor's Note

Daniel Naftalin - Mishcon de Reya

Welcome to the June 2022 edition of Employment Matters: our round-up of the latest developments in employment law and key issues affecting employers and HR professionals.

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UK Government confirms no mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting

The UK Government has published its 'Inclusive Britain' Policy Paper in response to the 2021 Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities Report, in which it sets out proposals in relation to ethnicity pay gap reporting, positive action and artificial intelligence.


Workplace menopause support: a diversity priority

The menopause has a significant impact on working women. This article describes the current landscape and the initiatives employers can consider to support their female workforce, reduce the risk of employment tribunal claims and foster diversity in the workplace.


High Potential Individual visa route opens for applicants

The Government has launched the High Potential Individual (HPI) visa route as part of its initiative to attract the 'brightest and the best' to the UK. As the HPI visa is not dependent on a job offer, it gives visa-holders the flexibility to work, or to switch jobs or employers more easily, making it simpler for overseas talent who demonstrate high potential to come to the UK.


Top tips for defending against a team move

A team move is often high on the list of prospective 'worst case scenarios' for many employers. However, with careful planning and management, employers can protect themselves, their brand and the morale of their staff from the worst potential impacts.

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