Policy Papers

ELA publishes occasional policy papers to assist in the understanding of employment law and its effect on people and businesses. We set out our current policy papers below.

The law is constantly changing and so the position set out in papers published here may not be current and you should not rely on the papers as a comprehensive statement of the law but should always seek advice if you require it from a qualified lawyer.

ELA responses to consultations are also publicly available here

Brexit - Court of Justice of the European Union (‘CJEU’): View of employment lawyers

The purpose of this paper is to provide some background information and explain the impact of EU law and the CJEU upon key areas of employment law.

February 2019

Sexual Harassment & Employment Law

This paper is intended to provide information and insight to those considering potentialchange to employment laws and practices related to workplace sexual harassment.

July 2018