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employment webinar - sham job applicants, modern slavery and the gender pay gap, what you need to know - November 2016

9 November 2016

In this session James and Rachael looked at some very recent developments in the case law around sham job applicants and what action you need to take now in relation to modern slavery statements. Looking forward, they explained your obligations so far as gender pay gap reporting is concerned.


 

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