Ashurst Talks | Employment 12 Sep 2017

World@Work - Podcast Series

September 2017

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Julia Sutherland, Counsel 11 Sep 2017

Whose business is it anyway? Managing personal relationships at the C-suite level

In this podcast, Julia Sutherland discusses managing conflicts of interest (at 2:43), the impact of culture and values (at 9:45), and termination risks and protecting confidentiality (at 12:43).
Running time: 17 mins approx.
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Nataline Fleury, Partner 11 Sep 2017

The emergence of a new single employee representative body in France

In this podcast, Nataline Fleury discusses why current employee representation isn't working (at 2:15), what will change (at 4:00) and what's yet to be decided (7:00).
Running time: 10 mins approx.
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George Cooper, Partner 11 Sep 2017

It's not as simple as ABC - Investigating bribery and corruption allegations

In this podcast, George Cooper discusses covert inquiries (at 0:44), overt investigations (at 4:10), internal and external investigations (at 12:05), and legal professional privilege and the protection against self-incrimination (at 13:20). Running time: 19 mins approx.
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Ruth Buchanan, Partner 11 Sep 2017

Is UK employment law keeping up with modern working practices?

In this podcast, Ruth Buchanan discusses the types of employment status (at 1:06), when someone is a "worker" versus "self-employed" (at 3:40) and obligations to check if IR35 (tax avoidance) legislation applies (at 7:39). Running time: 10 mins approx.
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