Consultation on Employment Laws: Unfair Dismissal Qualifying PeriodPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 13 August 2013
There have been many changes in relation to UK employment laws and many more are pending. Last week saw the introduction of several changes to employment laws in England & Wales and Scotland (not NI), including the introduction of fees to lodge tribunal claims and a one year salary cap on unfair dismissal compensation.
Employment law is a devolved power in Northern Ireland. The Executive has already ruled out the introduction of tribunal fees at this time but is undertaking the most wide-ranging consultation on employment laws since its formation.
The Consultation will seek views on Consideration of the merits of extending the current qualification period for unfair dismissal (currently
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