• April 2013

    Yesterday (24 April), the government introduced yet a further concession into clause 27 of the Growth and Infrastructure Bill and, last night, the House of Lords voted to accept the clause (having rejected it twice). Employee Shareholders will now become law – Royal Assent is expected today and BIS intends to implement this new, third,[…]

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    The Department for Business Innovation and Skills has announced a new implementation timetable for the major employment law reforms, many of which had originally been intended to come into force in April 2013. Coming into force in summer 2013 : protected settlement conversations; 12 month earning cap on compensatory award; revised (Underhill) employment tribunal procedural[…]

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    Acas has issued a new booklet on how to handle collective redundancies following the Government’s changes to the rules on collective redundancy consultation, including a reduction in the minimum consultation period from 90 days to 45 days when 100 or more redundancy dismissals are proposed within 90 days. Among other things, the Guide sets out[…]

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    A range of employment law changes take effect in April 2013. Perhaps the most important is the reduction in the minimum consultation period where an employer proposes 100 or more redundancies at one establishment within 90 days. The minimum consultation period falls from 90 to 45 days. The scope of the collective redundancy consultation rules[…]

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