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The Queen’s Speech was delivered on 8 May 2013 and set out the government’s plans to make changes relating to national insurance contributions, immigration, apprenticeships and the employment tribunal’s power to make wider recommendations in discrimination claims under the Equality … Continue reading
Last week, I discussed the proposed Employment Law Reforms due to take place in spring 2013 and summer 2013. I will now discuss the key reforms to take place from autumn 2013 and beyond. Autumn 2013: Reform of TUPE 2006: … Continue reading
On 14 March 2013, the government announced that the new employment tribunal rules will come into force in summer 2013, rather than in April 2013 as previously expected. The government has just published a report, ‘Employment Law 2013: progress on … Continue reading
The Employment Appeal Tribunal have recently considered whether it is reasonable for an employer to dismiss an employee when asked to do so by a third party without having first considered whether the request is justified. The EAT have recently … Continue reading
Some of the key employment law changes are the implementation of parts of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, the increase of unpaid parental leave from 13 weeks to 18 weeks; the introduction of “employee-shareholder” contracts of employment and the … Continue reading