Brexit aside, 2020 promises to be yet another busy year for HR professionals, with a raft of reforms coming into force on 6 April 2020…
The interest in pay inequality between men and women shows no signs of waning in 2020. In a little over two months, pay inequality will come under the spotlight again, when large employers publish the third round of gender pay gap reports.
From 6 April 2020, the way in which the IR35 rules operate in the private sector is set to change. In this article, we discuss the new framework and the next steps for clients and contractors.
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Change in the employment law sphere rarely slows down – even in the face of Brexit. We are now only six months away from a host of employment law reforms, most of which are scheduled to come into force on 6 April 2020. Below we outline the reforms and the preparatory steps for employers.