10 employment law changes on the radar in 2019

10 employment law changes on the radar in 2019

This year has been an extremely busy year in terms of amended employment law. From greater support for employees returning to work, gender gap reporting and employment tribunals to protect gig economy workers, there are no HR themes that have gone untouched this year. 



And there's no indication this trend will stop as we enter the New Year. According to Alan Price, Senior Director for Law Consultancy Peninsula - who wrote on workplaceinsight.net - here are the top ten employment law changes to keep your eyes peeled for in 2019:

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