Employment Law News Updates

Here we publish information on the latest employment law news stories

The recent edition of emplaw monthly includes the latest cases and employment law news including links to new Acas guidance on holiday pay.

The Government has announced the start of a review into employment tribunal fees and the remissions scheme but changes will not take place any time very soon. The review is expected to be completed later in the year and only then will there be a consultation before proposals, if any, for reforms will be implemented.

Contributor firm Penningtons Manches LLP has kindly allowed us to publish the new 2015 edition of the Multilaw guide to employment law around the world as a free ebook. It is found at https://www.emplaw.co.uk/How-to-Hire-and-Fire-Globally.pdf

 

The Queen’s Speech on 27 May 2015 covered a wide range of plans which will affect employment law - this article explains more, from the Trades Union Bill to the Extremism Bill and the many bills in-between.

As the dust settles on the election, we take a look at the employment law provisions contained in the Deregulation Act 2015 which obtained Royal Assent just before the 2010-2015 Parliament was prorogued.  The Act makes changes to health and safety law as it affects the self-employed; to limit the powers of employment tribunals to make recommendations; and to introduce the concept of an ‘approved English apprenticeship’

Excellent summary of The Conservatives' plans by emplaw online contributor Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co in our Contributor News section. Please click here

The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (SBEEA) received Royal Assent on 26 March 2015 but the large majority of its employment provisions contained in Part 11 of the Act, have not yet come into force and commencement orders are awaited. This article sets out what is in force and what to be prepared for.

The recent edition of emplaw monthly includes latest cases including the ECJ ruling on 'establishment' and employment law news including technical guidance on adoption leave and pay,

Check out too our Definitions cards inlcuding a full analysis (for annual subscribers) on the meaning of  'establishment'.

The recent publication of the political parties’ election manifestos  gives us a glimpse of how the workplace may change under each party. This article summarises the key commitments and links to other useful articles on emplaw.co.uk and to the manifestos themselves.

The latest edition of emplaw monthly has a full summary of the changes coming up in April including the new right to attend adoption appointments and all the new statutory rates.