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HR policy and procedure is heavily influenced by employment law and that is dictated by the Government of the day. Here we provide guidance for HR and employers relating to political elections. Manifesto promises made in general elections, European elections, mayoral and local elections or specific referendums, can result in potential changes in employment law which HR professionals need to have in their sights.
2 Apr 2015
Labour has confirmed that it would abolish the current tribunal fees system with the publication of its workplace manifesto: A...
24 Mar 2015
Last week, Ukip said employers should be allowed to discriminate...
18 Mar 2015
The Chancellor’s final budget before the election offered few surprises for employers, with George Osborne boasting that “Britain is walking...
17 Mar 2015
Employers are split as to whether or not the introduction of employment tribunal fees has been a good thing, according...
9 Feb 2015
A future Labour government would double statutory paternity leave and pay, under election plans announced today.
New fathers would have...
10 Sep 2014
With not long to go until the Scottish independence referendum on 18 September, attention remains focused on currency, economics and...
9 Sep 2014
A Labour government would completely reform the employment tribunal system the party has announced.
Speaking at the TUC Congress in...
1 Sep 2014
The Liberal Democrats would give fathers four weeks’ extra paternity leave under manifesto plans announced at the weekend.