Tag Archives: protected conversations
The Government has published revised timings for some of the employment law changes in the pipeline, available here. It appears that restricting changes to the April/October schedule has been abandoned for the time being.
Acas has published an initial draft Code on settlement discussions, for consultation until 9 April 2013. This relates to the provisions in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill to enable employers to hold termination settlement discussions prior to starting a … Continue reading
The government has tabled an amendment to the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill to provide that an offer made or discussion held with an employee with a view to terminating employment by agreement cannot be taken into account in unfair … Continue reading
The last month has seen a raft of government proposals for changes to employment laws. Details were included in a speech made by the Business Secretary Vince Cable on 23 November, BIS’s Response to the Resolving Workplace Disputes consultation, and … Continue reading
Rumours of a number of proposals being considered by the Government have been published by the press. Nick Clegg is reported to have suggested that conversations between employer and employee about performance and retirement plans should be protected so that … Continue reading