Our Employment Group is the longest established specialist team in Scotland. We are known for using our practical and effective approach to find solutions for our clients.

In an area of law that continually evolves, our team of accredited specialists works to ensure our proactive advice is tailored for our clients’ strategic needs. Our approachable team has an unrivalled reputation for representing clients and has been praised for its “partner-led advocacy” in Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

    • Employment April changes in employment law April is always a busy time of the year for employers, and April 2019 will be no different. We look at some of the key changes to look out for.
    • Employment LGBTQ+ inclusivity in the legal sector Despite the culture shift towards diversity and inclusion, issues affecting their health and ability to do their job face LGBTQ+ lawyers, and steps are needed to make every office more inclusive.
    • Employment Gender equality in the workplace - how far have we come? On International Women's Day, Deborah Miller reflects on the issue of gender equality in the context of the workplace and the legal profession in Scotland.
    • Employment Gender equality - are we there yet? International Women’s Day provides an opportunity to celebrate female excellence and the achievements of women across the globe, both past and present. Eleanor Mannion looks at the progress that has been made, and whether more can be done.
    • Employment Second gender pay gap reporting deadline fast approaching Is your business pioneering the way forward or kicking against the straps? Pay gap Organisations with 250 or more employees must be ready to publish their gender pay gap data as the second deadline of 4 April 2019 approaches (30 March for public sector).

Employment Law at MacRoberts

Our Employment Group is the longest established specialist team in Scotland, and our clients include some of the best known employers across Scotland and the wider UK.

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