We round up the key employment law events in 2014, looking ahead to, among other things, amendments to the TUPE Regulations; changes to employment tribunal procedures; and the extension of the right to request flexible working; and important decisions on redundancy consultation; the calculation of holiday pay; and post-employment victimisation.
- Employment law changes 2014: 10 things employers need to know Employers should start preparing for employment law changes coming into force in 2014, as the year kicks off with amendments to TUPE in January. Other challenges for HR include changes to employment tribunal procedures, the right to request flexible working and the introduction of the Health and Work Service.
- Employment law: 10 cases to look out for in 2014 There are very important employment law cases pending on collective redundancy consultation and the calculation of holiday pay. Other notable employment law judgment expected in 2014 cover post-employment victimisation, maternity rights for mothers in a surrogacy arrangement, trade union recognition, discrimination against civil partners in pensions, and disability discrimination. We round up 10 of the significant legal decisions expected in 2014.