Keep updated with upcoming changes in Employment law in 2013.
Details of the forthcoming changes in Employment Law which will come into effect as of April 2012.
2012 will see many updates and changes in employment law, we have listed the 5 we belive employers most need to know about.
Forthcoming legal employment updates including; equal rights for Agency Workers, National Minimum wage changes and increases in parental leave.
Guest Blogger Richard Parr of Blacks Solicitors LLP of Leeds discusses Tupe and Pre-packs in light of recent decisions made by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”).
The Equal Rights for Agency Workers Act will come into effect Oct 2011. Here is a brief guide of legal points to consider in relation to tracking performance and agency workers.
From the 1st October 2011 the Agency Workers Directive will be implemented in the UK. Giving agency workers equal rights comparable to permanent employees (after being in a given role with the same employer for 12 weeks).
Does your HR Department use social media as a recruiting tool? Do they use it to investigate the credentials and qualifications of job applicants? Is it used to track the activities of current employees?
Below is a brief list of forthcoming Employment Law Changes for the first 6 months of 2011.
As of the 1st October 2010 90% of the new Equality Act came into force. We have compiled a short overview with a few salient points and suggestions on how the new laws will affect you as a business and how to check you are compliant.