Throughout 2016 we will start to see coming into force many of the announcements made since the UK General Election in May 2015.
However, what does this mean for employers? Find out more using our timetable that explains all major employment law changes expected this year including; the new National Living Wage, which will apply from 1st April.
Get a summary of the fresh challenges that employment law issues will bring for business in 2016 from HR-inform’s free article. For instance, there could be more childcare support for parents of children under four, and employers may be given the power to ‘snoop’ on staff lawfully. Trial HR-inform for free. Results from CIPD’s ‘New Year check in’ poll revealed that while 35% of voters are energised and ready for the year ahead, 31% say they need another holiday already and 13% didn’t take any time off. If you’re looking to make a change to your working life in 2016, find out more about how our HR consultants can assist with training and career development opportunities.
If you would like to find out more about how we Attract>Engage>Retain, call the team at Aspire Cambridge today on 01223 855440; whether you’re looking for new vacancies, candidates or to retain your workforce, we’d love to talk to you.