Article Database

Search results: 7 article(s) found in topic: New legislation - keyword: Proposals

Sorted by checked relevancepublication date

TIME OFF

Consultation on carers’ leave

The government is consulting on its proposals to introduce a new statutory right for employees to take one week’s unpaid carer’s leave per year. What’s this all about? More...

EMPLOYMENT LAW REFORM

What’s new for employment law?

A new Queen’s Speech has been delivered at the opening of Parliament. What employment and immigration legislation are we going to see in the new Parliamentary session? More...

EMPLOYMENT LAW REFORM

The Good Work Plan one year on - where are we now?

It’s been a year since the government published its ambitious Good Work Plan, promising the biggest package of workplace reforms for over 20 years. What changes in legislation have been made and what’s still outstanding? More...

EMPLOYMENT LAW REFORM

Queen’s Speech 2019: employment implications

The Queen’s Speech, delivered on 14 October 2019, outlined two new pieces of employment-related legislation. What were they? More...

EMPLOYMENT LAW REFORM

What’s ahead for employment law?

The government has now launched a further three consultation exercises covering various diverse employment matters. What specific matters is it consulting on and what are its proposals for employment law reform? More...

EMPLOYMENT LAW REFORM

Get ready for new legislation

Redundancy protection is to be extended for pregnant women and new parents and confidentiality clauses are to be reformed. What will the new legislation say? More...

EMPLOYMENT LAW REFORM

The “Good Work” plan - what can we expect from it?

The government has finally published its detailed response to the 2017 Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices. What does it say, and are we likely to see any significant employment law changes as a result? More...
Last updated: 04.08.2020

More from Indicator - FL Memo Ltd