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For many the new legislation introducing compulsory employer pension contributions has come at a bad time but in this article Chartered Financial Planner Richard Ross considers a more holistic approach that could see the legislation used as a catalyst for creating value
Amendments, improvements and reforms - these are the main ingredients making up the latest streamlined employment package offered up by the government. The aim? To allow businesses to grow, hire with confidence and be faithfully fair to their employees.
As most employment lawyers will testify, April and October are extremely busy months when it comes to Employment Law Reform. Hopefully you will find the timeline below of use for this year, although in practice this area of law can change literally by the week.
The Government’s plans to help the long term and disadvantaged members of Britain’s unemployed to gain work experience leading to permanent employment via The Work Programme have recently foundered in the wake of public mistrust of the system.
Where an employee is at risk of redundancy what is ‘suitable’ employment? A recently reported case has once again addressed the question of what does and does not constitute an offer of SUITABLE alternative employment where an employee is at risk of redundancy.
More and more employers are requiring more and more flexibility from their workforce including the ability to request that there is work done on Sundays.
Retail outlets and a variety of recreation and leisure businesses are common examples where a regular requirement may exist. All employers should be aware of the legal implications of attempting to force employees to work where there is a reluctance or refusal to do so on the part of the employee.