As employment law reforms gather pace, what do you need to know?
Last week, the Government announced a number of proposals for changes to employment laws. These new measures come hot on the heels of other recent proposals on collective redundancies, dispute resolution, equality issues and executive pay. The majority of the new proposals are expected to come into force this year. However, we anticipate that changes to TUPE will take longer to implement.
We consider below the measures which are most likely to impact our readers, and comment on how these may affect day to day work and employment practices…
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