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FLEXIBLE WORKING UPDATE – new initiatives and possible reform

A pithy article from Emplaw Online authors- Gowling WLG - including whether the 12.07% calculation, commonly used for assessing holiday pay, is the right one.

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Make sure you haven't missed any key cases or employment law updates over the holiday period with this month's end of Summer edition. Includes need to know information and guidance for employers/ees as well as tribunal news and an equality update
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Regulatory References

Key Points

  • The regulatory references regime is part of a wider package of reforms aimed at improving accountability in financial services firms and insurers.
  • The regulatory references regime presently applies to banks, building societies, credit unions and PRA investment firms (known as relevant authorised persons, ‘RAPs’)  and larger insurers who are recruiting candidates to particular positions including regulatory roles in the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SM&CR) and the Senior Insurance Managers Regime (SIMR). The SIMR was replaced by the SMCR on 10 December 2018
  • The extension of the SM&CR  extended the regulatory reference regime to  senior managers and certified staff working for all insurers and reinsurers under the extended regime from 10 December 2018
  • The extension of the SM&CR  will extend the regulatory reference regime to senior managers, certified staff and also to non-executive board directors working for all FCA solo regulated firms from 9 December 2019.

 

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Establishment

Key Points

  • Trade Union and Labour Relations Act 1992 s.188 ("TULRCA") definition in "Duty of employer to consult trade union representatives" is considered in this card.
  • The Equality Act 2010, in relation to Equal Pay comparators, has guidance at s.79 
  • The Overseas Companies Regulations 2009 also provide a technical definition.
  • Trade Union and Labour Relations Act 1992 s.188 ("TULRCA") definition in "Duty of employer to consult trade union representatives" is considered in this card.
  • The Equality Act 2010, in relation to Equal Pay comparators, has guidance at s.79 
  • The Overseas Companies Regulations 2009 also provide a technical definition.

Click here for the July 2018 edition of Emplaw Monthly which includes the TUC blog and Acas guide to hot temperatures in the  workplace, the report from The Women’s and Equalities select committee on Sexual harassment in the workplace following the #MeToo movement, the government response to consultation on caste discrimination within the UK, the updated UK Corporate Governance Code 2018 as well as links to the latest articles from our expert authors including Court of Appeal in Mencap: The end of minimum wage for sleep-ins when asleep?- and European Commission puts business on Brexit amber alert

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NEW AT EMPLAW ONLINE

Court of Appeal in Mencap: The end of minimum wage for sleep-ins when asleep?

Emplaw Online author, Nathaniel Caiden from Cloisters considers the impact of the recent Court of Appeal judgment in Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake and Shannon v Rampersad

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