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Upcoming Employment Law Changes in 2020

As we start the new year with a new Government in the UK, we consider the important employment law changes that will, or may, come into effect in 2020.

New right to a written statement of terms

Currently, employees who have been continuously employed for more than one month must be provided with a written statement of terms within two months of employment commencing. From 6 April 2020, this right is being extended to include workers as well as employees. In addition, the right to the written statement will be a day one right, meaning that workers will be entitled … Continue Reading

Changes to off payroll working rules from April 2020

HMRC has published its latest consultation on off payroll working rules. As we have previously discussed (Global Workplace insider post – June 2018), the reformed off payroll rules which have applied in the public sector since April 2017 will be extended to the private sector from 6 April 2020.  The consultation has raised significant issues for private sector employers who employ contractors.

The off payroll working rules, known as IR35, are intended to ensure that individuals who personally provide their work to a client via their own personal service company or other intermediary, pay broadly the same employment … Continue Reading

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