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As part of keeping you in our focus, our ‘legal lightbulb’ update ensures you’re on top of the latest changes in legislation, case law, and people trends.

Government consultation on disability reporting

In response to the National Disability Strategy the government is consulting on workforce disability reporting for large employers (250 employees or more). The consultation is seeking views on how best to improve reporting practices to build more transparency and support cultural changes around disabilities at work. The consultation closes on 25 March 2022 and you can have your say here.

UK trial of four-day working  week

20% reduction in hours – 100% pay retained – 100% employee productivity. The four-day working week pilot scheme starts in June. The aim is to gather evidence to present a test case to government and business leaders that a four-day week can work by increasing overall wellbeing without a negative impact on productivity (and actually boost business performance and profits). What’s your view?

People dates for your diary

March 7-12 – National Careers Weekpromoting pathways to great careers for all

March 7-13 – Cultivation Street Weekcreating green spaces to positively impact mental and physical health

March 18 – Red Nose Dayhelping people live free from poverty, violence and discrimination

March 18 – Global Recycling Dayraise awareness of how and what we throw away

March 20 – International Day of Happinessrecognising happiness and well-being


This update is accurate on the date it was sent (02 February 2022), but may be subject to change which may or may not be notified to you. This update is not to be taken as advice and you should seek advice if anything contained within affects you or your business.

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