Tag Archive: consultation

redundancy

Managing a redundancy process.  Employment law update on 20 June 2024

WITH WORKSHOP INCLUDING INTERACTIVE CASE STUDIES THURSDAY 20 JUNE 2024 – 10.30 A.M. TO 3.00View Article

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The return of Employment Tribunal fees?

The Government has published consultation on the proposal to re-introduce fees for issuing claims inView Article

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Tribunal fees
When should consultation start in a redundancy process?

When should consultation start in a redundancy process?

An employee with more than two years’ service has the right to bring a claimView Article

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Non-compete post-termination restrictions – Government response to consultation

The Government has published its response to consultation on proposed measures to reform post-termination non-competeView Article

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non-compete
fire and rehire

Can an employer fire and rehire?  The Government’s draft statutory Code

The Government has launched consultation on a draft statutory Code of Practice that sets outView Article

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How should holiday entitlement for part-year workers be calculated?

The Government has commenced consultation on the calculation of holiday entitlement for part-year and irregularView Article

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holiday entitlement
collective

Collective redundancies – what are the obligations for employers?

The widely reported dismissal of 800 employees by P&O Ferries on 17 March was followedView Article

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Does the lack of an appeal make a redundancy dismissal unfair?

Employees with more than 2 years’ service have the right not to be unfairly dismissed.View Article

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appeal
flexible working

Making flexible working the default?

The Government has issued consultation on the proposals to reform the Flexible Working Regulations.  FlexibleView Article

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Sexual harassment in the workplace: a new duty on employers?

The Government response into consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace has now been published. View Article

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Sexual harassment