Employment law timetable 2005

Couzins, Martin
February 2005
Personnel Today;2/15/2005, p10
Trade Publication
This article presents employment law timetable 2005. According to the Employment Relations Act 2004, new trade union laws come into force amending the statutory union recognition procedure. The rates of the Working Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit increase. The rates of Class 2 and Class 3 contributions increase from £ 2.05 to £ 2.10 and from £ 7.15 to £ 7.35 respectively.


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