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UK employment law statistics

This is a complete list of the most important employment law stats every UK business and HR department needs to know.

Employment law update: February 2022

What’s likely to be new in employment law this year?

Tina Talks - UK Employment Law

Our Head of Employment Law, Tina Chander is back on her favourite couch answering questions from employers and employees on UK employment law. This month she covers the furlough scheme, redundancies, settlement agreements and dismissals.

How will Brexit affect employment law

Over the last 4 ½ years, thousands of newspaper columns have speculated on the eventual outcome of the UK’s decision to leave the EU. Now the moment has almost arrived, it is worth reviewing what this will mean for employment law, probably the most heavily EU-influenced area of law in UK legislation.

Employment law update: April 2022

This months employment law update features: National Insurance Contributions rise, Covid-19 guidance from HSE, Vento Bands increase, Ethnicity Pay gap reporting and the Statutory Code of Practice to govern the so-called practice of ‘fire and re-hire’.

Employment law update - April 2019

Do not wait; the time will never be ‘just right’. Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along.

Employment law update - February 2019

Featuring: Wage rates rise; the Good work plan; Consultation on extending redundancy protection for pregnant employees; Workplace pension contributions rise; Gender pay gap; Equal pay in the retail sector; a Case update.

Employment law update - March 2019

Tread carefully if dismissing employee close to a TUPE transfer

Employment law update - June 2019

Individual commitment to a group effort - that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.

Uncertain Times - An Employment Law Perspective

With the recent rises in costs for many everyday essentials, including the likes of fuel, gas and electricity bills, and increasing interest rates, a number of businesses have been forced to undertake reviews of their financial position and consider where they can make some cuts to their overheads to ensure financial stability for uncertain times ahead.