Posts Tagged Government Legislation Changes

Employment Highlights from July 2016

A round up of what happened in the employment arena in July 2016. Please call me to discuss any of these issues in more detail. With the legal world reeling and British politics in turmoil following last month’s surprise Brexit decision, it was business as usual in […]

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Brexit – what happens to Employment Legislation

A significant proportion of the UK’s employment law comes from the EU, including discrimination rights, collective consultation obligations, transfer of undertakings regulations, family leave, working time regulations and duties to agency workers. In theory, the UK government could repeal all of this. However, the government is unlikely to take this step and it is far more probable that EU law will continue to exercise a significant influence, even after Brexit.

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Government considering ban on non-compete clauses

Do  you have a non compete clause in your employment contracts? A lot of my clients do! This article taken from People Management today caught my eye.  If it’s a concern to you, please contact me. Legal experts fear employers will suffer from removal of constraints on where […]

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Definition of Apprenticeships to be protected by law

The Government has announced that Apprenticeships will be given the same legal protection as degrees under a new law to be included in the Enterprise Bill this autumn.

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Exclusivity ban on Zero Hours Contracts

On 26th May 2015 the ban on the exclusivity clause in Zero hours contracts came into force. It is no longer legal to employ somebody on a zero hours contract whilst the contract contains a clause preventing them from working with any other employer.

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