8 employment law changes to consider in 2019

Gender pay gap, pension contributions and gender pay gap reporting will come under the spotlight next year

With the ongoing uncertainty of Brexit, 2019 may not be the quiet year that employers hoped it would be. It’s looking likely that there will be various issues which are prevalent throughout the year.

Alan Price, the operations director of HR company Peninsula, highlighted 8 changes we should be looking out for in his article for smallbusiness.co.uk

  • Increase in National Minimum Wage rates
  • Settled Status for EU nationals
  • Auto-enrolment contributions
  • Payslips
  • NMW for sleep-ins
  • Gender Pay Gap Reporting
  • Microchipping employees
  • Non-disclosure agreement
  • Supermarket Equal Pay claims

Price says, “Whilst there are sure to be other new developments introduced throughout next year, employers would do well to keep a close eye on these particular topics and put plans in place to ensure their business complies with any new requirements.”

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