Read only what you need to know about this summer's employment law developments
Do you ever wonder if, instead of focusing on running your business, you spend your life catching up with bureaucracy and endless new government and legislative initiatives? Do you have the time (or inclination) to read and understand the 40 or so new employment provisions due to come into force this year? If your answer is a resounding ‘no’, read on.
Having trawled through these new laws, Nabarro sees some method in the madness. Here the law firm summarises very briefly what they mean to you.
The crux of the changes is to give with one hand and take with the other. Employees get new rights but lower compensation. Employers get the comfort of tribunal fees but a slap in the form of extra penalties if they ‘misbehave’…
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