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Doing Business in the UK - Advice on Employment Law

14 July 2015

Doing Business in the UK
There have been some recent key developments affecting those doing business within the United Kingdom.

Julian Outen, Head of Employment at Ellisons will be able to advise on the regulations surrounding Employment Law within the UK.

 

Laws, Contracts and Permits

The main laws regulating employment relationships include the following:

• Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 2992
• Employment Rights Act 1996
• National Minimum Wage Act 1998
• Children and Families Act 2014
• Equality Act 2010
There is also secondary legislation covering:
• Working time
• Part-time workers
• Fixed-term employees
• Agency workers
• Informing and consulting employees
• Business transfers
• Maternity, paternity, adoption and shared parental leave

It’s important to note that the statutory provisions can apply to both foreign employees working within the UK and employees from the UK working abroad, depending on the provision in question.

Julian can also advise on:

• Written contracts
• Foreign employees permits (the law can differ from national to national)
• Termination and Redundancy

To view the full article, please visit this website.

For more information,

please contact Julian Outen on 01473 556900 or julian.outen@ellisonssolicitors.com