Recruitment Watch

Recruitment Watch

Issue 14
Henlow acquired by nGAGE paving the way to international expansion

Henlow acquired by nGAGE paving the way to international expansion

Mishcon de Reya advised the shareholders of QuantTech staffing business Henlow Recruitment Group on the acquisition by nGAGE Specialist Recruitment, one of the largest privately owned UK groups in the sector.

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New IR35 Rules for the Private Sector

Extension of the IR35 Off-Payroll Working Rules to the Private Sector

As widely anticipated, it was announced in the Budget on 29 October 2018 that the public sector IR35 off-payroll working rules will be rolled out to the private sector.

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Whose liability is it anyway?

Whose liability is it anyway?

Last month in the case of Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 2214, the Court of Appeal decided that an employer in the recruitment industry could be held vicariously liable for an assault committed by an inebriated employee in the early hours of the morning.

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Blockchain and recruiting for 2028

Blockchain and recruiting for 2028

The recruitment services sector has largely embraced the internet and the radical changes it has brought to the way in which businesses operate and people interact.

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Cyber security – what do recruiters need to be aware of and what policies should they have in place in case of a security breach?

Cyber security – what do recruiters need to be aware of and what policies should they have in place in case of a security breach?

Recent security incidents such as Talk Talk's have demonstrated the importance of having a robust incident management plan. Making complex decisions during an incident is very difficult; highly pressured situations can lead to bad decisions and negative business impacts.

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Data protection transfers post-Brexit

Data protection transfers post-Brexit

New government guidance on cross-border flows of personal data is helpful, but serious questions remain unanswered.

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