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3 Things We Learnt In Law This Week (7 February 2019)

Consultation On Extending Redundancy Protection For New Parents

A recent study by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy found that one in nine returning to work after maternity leave were fired, made redundant, or treated in a manner which forced them to leave their job. The study also found that as many as 54,000 women per year are losing their jobs as a result of their pregnancy or maternity leave.

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Brexit and Redundancy; a guide for employers

As the Brexit negotiations start getting into full swing and the likes of JP Morgan start looking at moving their offices away from the UK this will mean redundancies are inevitable. While your business may not to the same scale of JP Morgan, if you lose contracts then it will mean, you will need fewer employees to deliver the service. Again, redundancies are inevitable, so here’s a quick guide to ensure that you remain within the right side of the law. 

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Insolvent Companies, Consultation and Protective Awards

Many of you will be familiar with section 188 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidated) Act 1992 (“TULRCA”), which defines and governs the roles of trade unions. Under this section an Employment Tribunal (“ET”) may order an employer to pay its employees a ‘protective award’ where the employer has failed to consult the employee representatives when proposing to make 100 or more redundancies.

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