Employment Law

Surrogacy and maternity rights: making all mothers equal

04 October 2013

Kate Ewing, Legal Officer for Unison, provides an exclusive briefing to the Institute of Employment Rights on a landmark case to afford intended mothers in surrogacy arrangements the same maternity rights as other mothers.

Transparency of Lobbying etc. A note on potential human rights implications

12 September 2013

Professor Keith Ewing, President of the IER and Professor of Public Law at Kings College London, analyses the human rights implications of the Transparency of Lobbying Bill (etc) in this new briefing

Implications of the government's proposals on employment agencies

12 September 2013

Leading employment law academic Professor Sonia McKay interrogates the implications of the Coalition's latest proposals for the regulation of employment agencies.

Zero-hours contracts: Some policy proposals

16 August 2013

Professor Keith Ewing, President of the IER and Professor of Public Law at Kings' College London, provides some innovative policy ideas to reduce the damage caused by zero-hours contracts.

The Social Right to Paid Annual Leave: Sick Workers and Level of Pay

Published in January 2012

Michael Ford of Old Square Chambers provides information and detailed critique on the right to paid annual leave.

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