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Joanna Hunt writes for HR Zone: How is the gender pay gap impacting the migrant female workforce?20 April 2018
In an article for HR Zone, Joanna Hunt discusses what the results of gender pay gap reporting mean for employers and workers of both genders, and more importantly what we can do about it.
What are zero-hours contracts?05 August 2013
In a BBC article, Michael Burd discusses the benefits of zero-hour contracts and why employers choose to use them.
Zero-hours work ‘equals a happy work-life balance’26 November 2013
In a Times article, Lewis Silkin has been mentioned regarding the survey conducted in conjunction with the CIPD on zero-hours contracts.
Employment lawyers react to Labour's zero-hour proposals07 April 2015
Colin Leckey has been quoted in HR Magazine on Labour's recent zero-hour proposals.
Labour's zero hours clampdown highlights lack of data07 April 2015
In a Financial Times article, Colin Leckey comments on the recent Labour proposal to clamp down on zero-hours contracts.
There are bigger employment issues than zero-hours contracts07 April 2015
Colin Leckey comments in an article by Solicitors Journal on the recent Labour zero-hours proposals.
Perspectives on proposed reforms on the use of ‘zero hours contracts’07 April 2015
Colin Leckey is quoted by The HR Director on the recently proposed Labour zero-hours contracts.
Zero-hours contract ban may hit jobs but benefit agencies07 April 2015
In an article for Recruiter Magazine, Colin Leckey comments on the Labour Party proposals to end zero-hour contracts.
Zero hours contracts: A godsend for high-flying professionals20 May 2015
Helen Samuel, Senior Lawyer with LS In-house - our specialist resourcing service - has written an article for City AM on the benefits of zero hours contracts for high-flying professionals.
Zero-hours contracts criticised for benefiting business, not staff09 September 2016
Partner, Laura Farnsworth has commented in an article for HR Magazine which discusses the use of Zero-hours contracts in businesses.
What you need to know about zero-hours contracts23 November 2016
Michael Burd and James Davies write in Management Today... Almost one million workers in the UK don't have guaranteed hours.
LS In-house mentioned in The Telegraph - Zero-hours contracts: what should employers think about?15 May 2017
LS In-house, the firm's flexible resourcing service, has been mentioned in The Telegraph in an article that discusses Zero-hour contracts and the benefits that flexible working can bring to businesses.
Zero Hours Contracts in Hospitality13 June 2017
Laura Farnsworth has written an article for The Caterer, Licensee & Hotelier (CLH) which discusses the use of zero hour contracts in the hospitality industry.
Lewis Silkin advises 3 Monkeys on sale to Zeno Group17 February 2016
Lewis Silkin has advised 3 Monkeys Communications Limited, one of the UK's biggest independent PR agencies, on its sale to global consultancy network Zeno Group, the sister agency of Edelman.
YouTube stars coming to the fore in branded content08 August 2013
In an article for Marketing Week, Philip Hughes discusses how brands working with video stars are now benefiting from the lack of focus from regulators in the vlogger and user-generated content areas.
Big yourself up17 May 2013
In an article for Building magazine, Alex Kelham discusses a government initiative that allows suppliers of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games to promote certain work they undertook.
What are your work perks?01 May 2013
In an Evening Standard article, Lewis Silkin has been included in the list of 'London's perkiest offices'. The article details the firm's commitment to ensure that working parents are able to socialise with colleagues through the regular “tea at three” afternoon events. The firm's beehives are also mentioned, which last year made 75 pots of honey.
Bring your own device: Responding to the trend14 June 2013
In an article for PLC Magazine, Ellen Temperton discusses the 'Bring your own device' (BYOD) trend, how employers should respond to it, and how it could have potentially damaging implications.
Finding your way to the exit - preparing the agency for sale25 April 2014
In an article for BrandRepublic, Matthew Rowbotham discusses the essential questions that agencies thinking about a sale should ask themselves.
If you say something sexist at work, will you lose your job?30 June 2015
Michael Burd has been quoted in an article by The Telegraph which looks at the possible repercussions of making sexist remarks in the workplace following Sir Tim Hunt's comments and subsequent resignation.