Language requirements can be a legal minefield

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While there are new requirements in the public sector regarding speaking English or Welsh in public-facing roles, what is the position for private/voluntary sector employers? Can they insist on employees having a certain level of English (or Welsh), or indeed insist that other languages are not spoken at work if it is felt that other workers might feel excluded?

Kevin Lau, Senior Solicitor in our Employment law team, explores the implications for People Management online.

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