Employment law – What To Expect - November 2012
 

Employment law – What To Expect - November 2012

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What to expect within UK Employment law during November 2012. Key items include Growth and Infrastructure Bill, Modern Workplaces and the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill.

What to expect within UK Employment law during November 2012. Key items include Growth and Infrastructure Bill, Modern Workplaces and the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill.

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Employment law – What To Expect - November 2012 Employment law – What To Expect - November 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • Employment law – what to expectGrowth and Infrastructure Bill: House Possible government response to the Enterprise and Regulatory Reformof Commons debates new scheme for Modern Workplaces consultation Bill: House of Lords debates: ACAS‘employee owners’ to give up certain covering: flexible parental leave; flexible conciliation; rapid resolution; negotiatingemployment rights for shares work; and changes to Working Time termination; compensation; employer Regulations to cover sickness during fines; whistleblowing; third party annual leave. harassment; equal pay audits etc discrimination questionnaires November 2012 Bakhsh v Attrill and others Heimann v Kaiser Quashie v O’Brien v MoJ Northumberland v Dresdner GmbH Stringfellow Supreme Court Tyne & Wear NHS Kleinwort Ltd and CJEU to rule on the Restaurants Ltd hearing on whether Foundation Trust another effect of short-time Court of Appeal MoJ is justified in Claimant challenging Appeal against High working on holiday considering whether denying pensions to employer’s refusal Court ruling that entitlements lap-dancer was an part-time judges to comply with bankers had employee Tribunal order to re- contractual right to engage him; says bonuses was due to his union activities and infringed freedom of association 2013 Forward planner Key 1 February Limits on certain tribunal awards to increase (could be delayed to 6 April if ERR Bill takes effect soon) Hearing March Parental leave entitlements rise from 13 weeks to 18 weeks Spring New employment tribunal procedure rules take effect Jud gment Othe r © Eversheds LLP 2012