The annual increases to various statutory compensation limits take effect on or after 1 April 2019.
Employment Law is constantly on the move. We keep track of the latest employment law changes. Please see below the roundup of some key cases/ decisions of March 2019.
Tribunal finds in favour of Middlesbrough FC in low pay claim against HMRC
1 January 2019 - Executive Pay Gap Reporting
On 1 January 2019, legislation came into force requiring UK quoted companies with more than 250 employees in the relevant financial year to publish their gender pay gap/ pay ratio between their CEO and “average” employees and other key employee engagement information. Reporting will be essential on all financial years starting on or after this date. Therefore, the first companies are expected to publish mandatory executive pay ratio reports by early 2020.
Employment Law is constantly on the move. We keep track of the latest employment law changes. Please see below the roundup of some key cases/ decisions of February 2019.
For a list of key dates for 2019, please see our bulletin Key Legislation and Changes to look out for in 2019 published in January 2019.
National Living Wage The Government’s new National Living Wage is now law. From 1 April 2016, employers need to pay workers aged 25 and over (and not in the first year of apprenticeship) the National Living Wage which has been set at £7.20 per hour. The current National Minimum Wage for those under […]