Sunset clause of retained EU law bill is ditched but government pushes ahead with employment law changes
Post-Brexit changes to UK employment law are on the horizon. While the controversial prospect of mass revocation of EU-derived law has been avoided, the Government's Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill is set to reshape key aspects of employment regulation. Amid these changes, we will see modifications to holiday entitlement, a resurgence of 'rolled-up' holiday pay, alterations to weekly working hours record-keeping requirements, and amendments to the TUPE information and consultation process for smaller businesses all aimed at reducing regulatory burdens on employers. In this article, we'll dive into the intricacies of the proposed changes and what they mean for the future of UK employment law.