Changes to holiday entitlement for zero-hours workers, higher Minimum Wage pay and a bonfire of EU regulation are all on the cards this year
What employment law changes do you need to be aware of in 2023?
We can all see the world changing around us – cultural and workplace norms, the geopolitical landscape and the growing use of technology.
Over recent years we have seen the employment landscape changing too, to accommodate the expectations of the workforce and the needs of business owners.
For smaller businesses, it can be hard to keep up with what’s going on, especially as the lobbying and consultation is usually done with the requirements of larger businesses in mind.
So it’s essential for the owners of small companies is to be aware of what’s coming down the pipe and, crucially, to plan accordingly. I hope this article, laying out the likely employment law changes in 2023, will help you navigate this year’s changing employment waters.
Of course with most legislation – particularly that which is proposed – there is usually politics at play. It’s therefore worth bearing in mind that much of what is proclaimed and advocated may be for show rather than in genuine expectation of imminent implementation.
Still, there’s no harm in staying abreast of what’s being discussed.
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