Keep up to date with the latest employment law developments and proposed future changes
Here you'll find a timetable of recent and future changes to employment legislation, and a round-up of essential information such as pay rates for statutory maternity leave and the National Living/Minimum Wage, and tribunal compensation limits used when calculating unfair dismissal and redundancy compensation. There are also resources explaining how employment law is made, how the court system works, and the relationship between UK and EU employment law.
A round up of the year's statutory rates, providing quick and easy access to information on compensation limits, family friendly payments, statutory sick pay, national minimum wage, disclosure and barring fees and National Insurance contribution thresholds
An overview of the main differences in employment law between Northern Ireland and Great Britain (made up of England, Scotland and Wales)
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