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29 January, 2024

Shared Parental Leave and Pay (Bereavement) Bill receives its second reading in the House of Commons

Private Members' Bill makes provision for shared leave and pay to be a day-one employment right where the mother of the child has died

29 January, 2024

25 January, 2024

25 January, 2024

24 January, 2024

22 January, 2024

15 January, 2024

Scottish Government urges UK Government to extend statutory parental leave to include kinship carers

Minister for Children says change would mean that kinship carers would no longer remain entirely dependent on the good will of employers to get paid time off work to help the children they care for

10 January, 2024

5 January, 2024

Case management error has resulted in number of outstanding cases in the Employment Tribunals being overstated

Tribunal President highlights that data cleanse has identified that large number of cases were not closed down properly on their conclusion

2 January, 2024

2 January, 2024

22 December, 2023

22 December, 2023

18 December, 2023

Government launches consultation on draft Code of Practice on the fair allocation of tips

However, Department for Business and Trade highlights that, while employers must have regard to the Code, failure to fully observe it does not in itself amount to proof that they have been acting unfairly

18 December, 2023

Full benefits of introducing a right to work policy for asylum seekers may only be realised in Scotland if it is supported by adequate reception, settlement and integration services

However, Expert Advisory Group also finds that once the right support is in place, facilitating access to work and wider settlement in the community could add £30 million per year on average to the Scottish economy

18 December, 2023

12 December, 2023

11 December, 2023

New minimum service level regulations are ‘unfair, undemocratic and likely to put UK in breach of its international legal commitments’

Metro Mayors and council leaders say that they will work with trade unions and employers to explore every possible option to avert any prospect of work notices being issued