Employment law – What To Expect - July 2013

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What to expect within UK Employment law during July 2013. Key items include New ET Rules, ET Fees, R (T and others) v Chief Constable Greater Manchester Police and Alemo-Herron v Parkwood cases.

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Employment law – What To Expect - July 2013

  1. 1. Employment events timeline 2013 Forward planner 1 October Provisions of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 which withdraw discrimination questionnaires along with third party harassment liability of employers are expected in force 1 October New TUPE Regulations are expected in force Key Hearing Judgment Other July 2013 European Court decision in UK TUPE case of Alemo-Herron v Parkwood is due on 18 July New ET Rules From 29 July, employment tribunal practice is to be subject to new rules of procedure. ET Fees From 29 July, commencing a claim in the employment tribunal will incur a cost. The initial fee for an unfair dismissal or discrimination claim is £230 R (T and others) v Chief Constable Greater Manchester Police The Supreme Court will consider whether the current disclosure regime for criminal convictions and cautions breaches Human Rights Alemo-Herron v Parkwood CJEU to rule on whether TUPE Directive precludes continuation of collectively agreed pay rates post transfer.

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