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The following draft regulations make amendments to employment law to reflect the withdrawal of the UK from the EU in the event that there is no deal with the EU.
Following its consultation on reforming the employment tribunal system, the Government intends to make the following changes to the Employment Tribunals Act 1996.
The draft Trade Union (Financial Penalties) Regulations allow trade union Certification Officers to fine unions for non-compliance with statutory requirements.
These regulations come under the Investigatory Powers Act 2016. Similar provisions are currently contained in the Telecommunications (Lawful Business Practice) (Interception of Communications) Regulations 2000, which these new regulations will replace.
The Gender Representation on Public Boards (Scotland) Act 2018 sets a “gender representation objective” for public authorities in Scotland when they make appointments to non-executive board positions.
The Government is to introduce legislation to ensure that tips left for workers go to them in full.
The Government is to extend from one week to four weeks the period that breaks continuity of employment when assessing eligibility for statutory employment rights.
The Government is to introduce a new right for all workers to request a more predictable and stable contract.
These regulations amend the Agency Workers Regulations 2010 so that agency workers will no longer be able to opt out of their equal pay entitlements.
These regulations require employers to provide all workers with a written statement of employment particulars on the day employment begins (currently the statement has to be provided within eight weeks).
These draft regulations introduce three changes.
The Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Act 2018 entitles parents who lose a child under the age of 18 to two weeks' paid leave.