Changing Terms and Conditions of Employment

Posted in : June on 19 June 2012
Linda Hynes
Leman Solicitors

This month’s topic focuses on changing an employee’s terms and conditions of employment.

Changing an employee’s terms and conditions of employment has received a lot of media attention in recent months with many employers cutting salaries and scaling back on benefits in order to stay competitive.

The Employment Appeals Tribunal have also made it clear that there is an increased onus on employers to look at alternatives to redundancy before implementing any redundancies in the workplace. This means that pay freezes, pay cuts and changes to working hours are all matters an employer needs to

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This article is correct at 06/08/2015
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Linda Hynes
Leman Solicitors

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