Time to Refresh Contracts of Employment and Recruitment PracticesPosted in : Reddy Made Contracts on 12 February 2019
The Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2018 (“the Act”) is due to come into effect on the 4th March 2019. The Act will impose significant obligations on employers, with particular implications for sectors where flexible working is routinely used.
There are only weeks before the Act comes into force, so employers should now prepare for these changes given the potentially serious sanctions that may be imposed on employers for non-compliance with the Act.
While the Act contains a number of key changes (listed below), the focus of this article is on the introduction of the
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