October employment law changes
The last 12 months has proved an exceptionally busy period for employment law reform, in many cases the changes arising outside of the usual April and October dates for legislative change. The various changes can be viewed in Eversheds’ guide.
This October brings fewer changes, in light of what has proceeded it, but they are nonetheless noteworthy.
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 introduces various amendments to the Companies Act 2006, relating to quoted companies’ disclosure of directors’ remuneration, and also increases shareholders’ rights in relation to that remuneration. Revised regulations, for large and medium-sized companies and groups, also clarify minimum requirements in respect of directors’ remuneration policies, as well as revise the content of directors’ remuneration reports…
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