General Election Employment Law

  1. Following Labour successfully winning the election and their planned, extensive employment law changes set to go through Parliament, here are the top ten questions employers are asking: 1. How should we prepare for the potential abolition of the 2-year qualifying period for unfair dismissal claims? To prepare for the abolition of the 2-year qualifying period […]

  2. In this article, we will explore Labour’s proposed reforms to the Employment Tribunal system and their potential implications for businesses and employees. These reforms could include extending time periods for lodging claims, increasing caps on compensation, and introducing tougher penalties for breaches of employment law. There may also be penalties against individual directors for non-compliance. […]

  3. With Labour winning the 2024 general election we take a look at what they are proposing to introduce in regards to Employment Law changes. Labour Party: Strengthening Workers’ Rights Since its Employment Rights (A New Deal for Working People) Green Paper in 2021, Labour has been clear that it intends to shake up the current […]