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Employment law – What To Expect - April 2013

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What to expect within UK Employment law during April 2013. Key items include Collective redundancy consultation, Children and Families Bill, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform Bill and Growth & Infrastructure Bill.

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Employment law – What To Expect - April 2013

  1. 1. Employment law – what to expectCollective redundancy Children and Families Bill: Enterprise & Regulatory Reformconsultation: changes on 6 April debates continue on shared Bill (various employment lawinclude reducing consultation parental leave and flexible work changes) and Growth &period to 45 days where 100+ changes Infrastructure Bill (employeeredundancies proposed shareholders) may get Royal Assent April 2013 Ring v Dansk Montull v INSS almennyttigt Advocate General Boligselskab DAB of CJEU to give CJEU ruling on opinion on whether meaning of Spanish parental Key ‘disabled’ leave law Hearing discriminates against men Judgment Other 2013 Forward planner April SSP and SMP (and other) rates rise 6 April Consultation period in larger scale redundancies reduced from 90 days to 45 Summer Expecting new tribunal rules and fees regime Summer Changes to law on negotiated exits; compensation; whistleblowing; discrimination 2014 April Expecting new law on early conciliation, employer fines and changes to flexible work laws © Eversheds LLP 2013

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