Employment Law changes with dates at a glance

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Employment Law changes with dates at a glance

2018-11-04T10:57:32+00:00 November 4th, 2018|All, HR News, Recruitment|

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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