Although we have seen a fair amount of change during the year there are a couple of matters left to be dealt with which happen today.
Controversial new employment tribunal procedural rules came into forc
Controversial new fees for workers filing an employment tribunal case introduced today have been criticised by unionists, employment lawyers and employer groups.
Britain's biggest public sector union has launched a legal challenge against the introduction of fees for workers claiming cases of unfair dismissal and discrimination.
A former executive at Jigsaw and Kew is suing the upmarket clothing group for discrimination, claiming she was barred from becoming CFO position due to her pregnancy.
Government plans to let employees swap rights for shares have received a mixed reaction fro
Monday 1 October saw twice annual implementation of employment and company law changes, including the expanded audit exemption, the start of pensions auto-enrolment and an increase to the new n
The national minimum wage increased to £6.19 last Monday for all workers who are not self-employed over 21.
Workers will face a cut in how much they can claim for unfair dismissal at employment tribunals under a series of proposals announced by business secretary Vince Cable.
Most employers settle tribunal cases out-of-court, despite good odds of making a successful defence if pursued through the courts.