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“There are significant developments on the employment law horizon with a number of new laws coming into force from April 2024 onwards. On 8 November 2023, draft Regulations were issued clarifying a number of points around UK employment law post-Brexit. Also on employers’ radar at this time are the employment reforms that a Labour-led government would look to introduce.”

Andrew Rayment, Head of Employment & Immigration

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Welcome to our our latest Employment law update.

Given the pace of change, employers need clarity to identify the changes most likely to impact their business with a view to building them into ongoing HR strategy planning. Below we have provided short updates on new laws coming into force and some longer updates to cover ongoing consultation proposals, employment law post-Brexit and Labour’s employment reform plans:

  1. The new employment laws coming into force from 2024
  2. Ongoing Consultations
  3. Employment law post-Brexit
  4. Labour’s employment reform pledges

Find out more about our Employment & Immigration team, and how they can support you here.

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