March 2013 Employment Briefing
In its March 2013 Employment Briefing, Walker Morris tackles subjects including the draft code of practice on settlement agreements; collective redundancy; and flexible working and families. It also presents a case law round-up.
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill implements the Government’s desire for it to be easier for an employer to discuss ending the employment relationship with an employee, without fear of any settlement offer being referred to later in an unfair dismissal claim. In previous briefings, we have discussed the limited scope of the protection the Bill actually gives to employers, and it is clear that the provision is being taken forward in this limited form…
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