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.

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Employment law – What To Expect - November 2012

  1. 1. 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

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