During the final few months of Theresa May’s leadership, there was a flurry of proposals and consultations on important employment law issues.
Many of these proposals were set out in the Government’s Good Work Plan and will take forward recommendations detailed in the 2017 Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices, along with several additional, unrelated developments.
If the proposed legislation comes into force, it will place new administrative burdens on employers and present new legal challenges.
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- New ‘day one’ rights for employees.
- Increases to holiday pay reference periods.
- ‘Fixed working pattern’ rights for agency and zero-hour workers.
- Extended redundancy protection for pregnant women and new parents.
- Lowered thresholds that trigger employee information & consultation requests.
- The scrapping of ‘Swedish Derogation’ contracts.
- Latest developments on the use of confidentiality clauses (NDAs).
- Agency workers’ rights to ‘key facts sheets’.
- The launch of a sexual harassment consultation.
- Other, ongoing government consultations.