15 December 2023
The employment legislation coming your way in 2024 plus the latest from ACAS, the ICO, Government and the CIPD to help employers
This issue is heavy on new legislation and amendments to current legislation. We also include handy new guidance for employers on data protection, EDI and fit notes.
To make things more manageable, we are creating an ‘early 2024’ Newsletter to separately outline the important (and plentiful) recent caselaw developments on holiday pay, disability discrimination, TUPE and sex discrimination. Look out for that in January.
In the New Year we’ll also arrange new dates for our Employment Law Essentials training (two half days on useful basic employment law). This is perfect for junior HR professionals, anyone needing a refresher and managers keen to gain a firm employment law foundation. If you’re interested and haven’t already told us please send an email to email@example.com
With very best wishes for Christmas and the year ahead, from us all at Menzies Law
The Flexible Working (Amendment) Regulations 2023 – make flexible working a Day One right
New Regulations to extend the period of special protection for employees on maternity, adoption or or shared parental leave
Holiday Pay, TUPE and Working Time are all amended in The Employment Rights (Amendment, Revocation and Transitional Provision) Regulations 2024
The rehabilitation of offenders is the focus of amendments to a 2022 Act
These are large increases, the largest ever in cash terms and are driven by the strength of pay growth across the economy. This growth forecast is expected into 2024.