Forthcoming changes to Employment Law
This table shows forthcoming changes. Here we summarise the latest employment law changes and legal updates for 2018-2019. aspire cambridge are the employment relations experts and a trusted source of advice for employers.
The Government has introduced several new changes in employment law for 2018-2019. Brief details of these changes are listed below.
|December 2018||Immigration Health Surcharge fees to double for visa applicants|
|January 2019||Requirement to annually report the pay ratio between CEOs and average employees introduced for listed organisations with more than 250 employees|
|March 2019||UK to leave the EU|
|April 2019||Changes to taxation of termination payments|
|April 2019||Auto-enrolment minimum contributions increase; employees contributing 5%, employers contributing 3%|
|April 2019||Increase to national living/minimum wage rates|
|6 April 2019||Requirement to include total number of hours worked on payslips comes in to force|
|6 April 2019||New right for workers to receive a pay slip introduced|
|2020||Paid parental bereavement leave to be introduced|
|Mid-2020s||Reforms to automatic enrolment to be introduced|
|To be confirmed||New law preventing deductions from ‘tips’ to be introduced|
|To be confirmed||Extension of shared parental leave to grandparents|
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