Employment law in 2012 -- what's on the horizon?

Sawicki, Sara
April 2012
Estates Gazette;4/7/2012, Issue 1214, p60
Trade Publication
The article discusses changes in employment law that are most likely to affect Great Britain's real estate industry in 2012. It addresses the increase in the qualifying period of employment for bringing an unfair dismissal claim to two years. The ability of employers to dismiss a worker with less than two years of employment without being at risk of an unfair dismissal claim is considered. The relevance of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations is also discussed.


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