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Employment law – What To Expect - January 2013

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What to expect within UK Employment law during January 2013. Key items include Growth and Infrastructure Bill, changes to Working Time Regulations and Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill.

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Employment law – What To Expect - January 2013

  1. 1. Employment law – what to expectGrowth and Infrastructure Bill: Govt may respond to consultation Enterprise and RegulatoryHouse of Lords debates new on Working Time Regulations Reform Bill: debates on: ACASscheme for ‘employee owners’ to (sickness during annual leave). conciliation; negotiated exits;give up certain employment rights May see new consultations on TUPE compensation; employer fines;for shares and pre-claim conciliation. whistleblowing; Equality Act etc January 2013 Cornwall Council Eweida, Chaplin Alemo-Herron v v NUT Ladele,McFarlane, Parkwood EAT considering v UK Leisure Ltd extent of European Court of Advocate General employer’s duty to Human Rights of CJEU to give Key inform employees ruling on whether opinion on effect of Hearing of legal UK law adequately transfer of implications of a protects right of undertakings on Jud gment TUPE transfer religious beliefs collective Othe r agreements 2013 Forward planner 1 February Limits on certain tribunal awards to increase March Parental leave entitlements rise from 13 weeks to 18 weeks March Changes to Equality Act to remove 3rd party harassment provisions and questionnaire procedure 6 April New employment tribunal procedure rules take effect 6 April Consultation period in larger scale redundancies to be reduced from 90 days to 45 6 April Workers’ whistleblowing protection to be limited to disclosures made in the public interest © Eversheds LLP 2013

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