From 6 April 2015 the maximum week’s pay for unfair dismissal basic awards and statutory redundancy pay and the cap on the compensatory award which may be awarded in the majority of unfair dismissal cases have been increased.
With an ever changing legislative landscape and recent changes to employment law in areas such as flexibile working and parental leave, employers could unknowingly cause an employee or worker to believe they have suffered a detriment and thus expose thems…
A new system of statutory parental rights - Shared Parental Leave - came into force yesterday (5 April 2015) which allows parents to share leave and pay following the birth or adoption of a child. We look at what Employers need to do to comply.
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