Article Database - Topic: 'New legislation' - Keyword: 'Proposals'

Millions to get more day-one rights? Publication date: 27.02.2018
Article database » New legislation » Proposals
In February 2018 the government announced that it will soon be granting millions of workers new day-one employment rights. Should you be worried?
Gender pay gap reporting delayed Publication date: 20.10.2016
Article database » Pay and conditions » Pay
Gender pay gap reporting delayed..Running a bit late. In February 2016 we advised you about the government’s plans to introduce mandatory gender pay gap reporting via the Equality Act (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2016 ( yr.18, iss.5, pg.1 , see The next step ). These Regulations were due to come in to force on 1 October 2016 but have now...
What’s next for employment law? Publication date: 20.10.2016
Article database » New legislation » News
The government says that it intends to trigger Article 50 and start the formal Brexit process by March 2017 at the latest. What are its plans in relation to EU-derived employment laws?
Employment laws post-Brexit Publication date: 30.08.2016
Article database » News » News
Although the UK has voted to leave the EU, we’re unlikely to know the full impact on our existing employment laws for some time yet. But are there any laws which won’t be directly affected by Brexit?
Flexible working to become an automatic right? Publication date: 14.04.2016
Article database » Flexible working » Flexible working
The Women and Equalities Committee has told the government that flexible working should be an automatic right in every job from day one of employment. Is this major change really likely to happen?
New law: gender pay gap reporting Publication date: 29.02.2016
Article database » Discrimination » Discrimination
The government has published new Regulations which make gender pay gap reporting mandatory. They are expected to come into force on 1 October 2016. How will they affect smaller employers?
What would Brexit mean for employment law? Publication date: 01.02.2016
Article database » New legislation » News
The legislation that requires a referendum to be held on our continued EU membership has now been passed - it must be held before the end of 2017. If the UK votes to leave the EU, what could it mean for employment law?
Employment law: what do the next few years hold? Publication date: 29.05.2015
Article database » Pay and conditions » Minimum wage
With the Conservatives solely in control until 2020 we can now start to predict what will happen to employment law in the immediate future. So what’s on the cards?
Flexible working extension delayed Publication date: 11.02.2014
Article database » Work and parents » Flexible working
Having previously told employers that the statutory right to request flexible working was to be extended to all employees on 6 April 2014, the government has now put this change on hold. What’s going on?
Tribunal to lose Equality Act power Publication date: 05.06.2013
Article database » Discrimination » Discrimination
When the new Deregulation Bill becomes law, the tribunal will lose the power to make “wider recommendations” in discrimination-based claims. Why will this change benefit every employer?

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