EMPLOYMENT LAW

All change? Brexit ‘bonfires’, holiday pay and TUPE

 

In this episode, our Employment team discuss the latest update on the retained EU law bill and the government’s proposals providing for changes to UK employment laws in respect of working time regulations, which is set to come into force on 1 January 2024.

How will these proposals impact most, if not all, employers?

Hosted by Employment & Immigration Law Partner, Adam Williams, with Employment Partners Stephen ten Hove and Rustom Tata also joining the discussion.

About the authors


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Adam Williams

Partner

Specialises in guiding corporate clients through UK business immigration and labour law aspects of operating in the UK and moving people across borders.
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Rustom Tata

Partner & Chairman

Employment law expert specialising in company and individual reputation management including the removal of senior executives.
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Stephen ten Hove

Partner

Contentious and non-contentious Employment Law specialist dealing with unfair dismissal, discrimination and law relating to partnerships and shareholders.

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