This employment law guide outlines the forthcoming employment law changes and offers guidance on how to avoid common pitfalls.
Following the mass publication of different plans regarding employment law whilst the general election was taking place, the result of a Conservative majority has the effect of tampering down uncertainty. It can now be assumed that the employment proposals contained within their manifesto will be those followed and are likely to pass successfully through Parliament. The presumed changes, coming over the following months and years, include major changes to strike law, an enhanced emphasis on equality and plans regarding membership of the European Union (EU).
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• Strike Laws
• EU Referendum
• Zero-hours Contracts
• Disability and Gender Equality
• Employment Tribunal Fees
• National Minimum Wage
• Removal of the Coalition Government