ELiAction News: September 2018
Welcome to this month’s edition of the Employment Law in Action newsletter providing you with useful information regarding changes to employment legislation, best practice and latest case information.
In this month’s issue:
Upcoming Employment Legislation
The expected changes to employment legislation in 2018 and 2019.
Employers’ redundancy obligations
Retail and restaurant closures continue to sweep across UK high streets. With more and more businesses facing closures, what obligations should employers’ meet when handling redundancies?.
Flexible working is on the rise and most employers now recognise that it makes good business sense to provide flexible working opportunities for their staff.
What impact will Brexit have on Employment Law?
At the moment it is impossible to be accurate as to how the UK’s employment laws may change following our exit from the EU. However, it is unlikely that the UK government would seek to fully repeal existing employment laws.
The first law of its kind in the UK will support those affected by the tragedy of childhood mortality.
The charity campaigns for better legal protection for whistleblowers within the UK and supports hundreds of organisations to strengthen their internal ‘speak up’ arrangements.