Last updated on December 10th, 2018 at 08:33 pm
Along with he standard legal changes which come into effect each year, Brexit is expected to impact employment law and working conditions in the UK in 2019.
So, what can we expect?
Brexit Impact – What We Know and Don’t Know
As it stands, nothing has changed, existing legislation and case law continues to apply.
The following key employment laws will not be directly impacted by Brexit as they do not stem from the EU and are a UK based right.
- unfair dismissal,
- minimum wage,
- unauthorized wage deductions,
- statutory redundancy pay,
- industrial action,
- paternity leave,
- shared parental leave,
- and flexible working
- pregnancy and maternity (includes some EU based rights too)
Last updated on December 10th, 2018 at 02:03 pm
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