This year’s Queen’s Speech may have been dominated by Brexit. However, it also contained some planned reforms to employment laws.

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An employment tribunal has held that a male employee suffered direct sex discrimination when his employer failed to pay him enhanced shared parental pay.

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New businesses which start up from October will have instant auto enrolment pension duties once they take on a member of staff. This means that they will need to put pension plans in place alongside all the usual tasks associated…

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has heard appeals relating to 3 cases where the question was whether sleep-in workers who have to carry out duties if required, engage in ‘time work’ for the full duration of the sleep-in shift or whether they…

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Acas and the Government Equalities Office have published the final version of the non-statutory guidance on the new gender pay gap reporting requirements.

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HM Revenue and Customs has released an employment status indicator interactive online tool.

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The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has named and shamed a record number of employers for failing to pay the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage.

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All UK employers will have to auto enrol eligible workers in a qualifying pension scheme and make mandatory minimum contributions. Those who ignore the workplace pension risk being fined. The workplace pension laws are complex but complying with the law need…

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Draft public sector gender pay gap regulations have been published which will require large public sector employers to report on their gender pay gap.

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