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What to expect: the month ahead - September 2013


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Key changes taking place in September concerning employee shareholdings, TUPE consultation response, McCririck v Channel 4 and UNISON Judicial Review of Employment Tribunal fees

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What to expect: the month ahead - September 2013

  1. 1. Employment events timeline 2013 Forward planner 1 October Provisions of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 are expected to withdraw discrimination questionnaires along with third party harassment liability of employers Key Hearing Judgment Other September 2013 News regarding TUPE proposals expected Employee shareholders From 1 September, a new form of employment status is created, whereby employment rights are exchanged for shares in the business. Specific requirements apply. TUPE Consultation Response Expected A Consultation response from Government and clarification of its plans regarding TUPE reform are expected. Whether service provision changes are to be retained will be revealed. McCririck v Channel 4 The EAT will consider the category of employee to whom TUPE applies – specifically those working under a contract for services. UNISON Judicial Review of ET fees UNISON’s application for judicial review of the new fee system (introduced in the ET as from 29 July) is to be considered by the High Court
  2. 2. 1 October NMW to rise to standard adult rate of £6.31 per hour