Employment Law at 11 - 2nd February 2024

Posted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 5 February 2024
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Issues covered: Social Media, Working Time Regulations

Christine, Seamus and up to 500 participants discuss your employment law queries in our webinar series, “Employment Law at 11”. This month they discuss:

1. NEW YEAR, NEW LAW - Working Time Regulations

The amended Working Time Regulations came into force on 1st January 2024 – they provide express rights to carry over unused holiday, codify the caselaw in the area and clarify what amounts to normal pay for the 4-weeks ‘EU leave’. Seamus will guide you through the amendments, introduce you to the new guidance just published in both NI and GB and highlight what you need to do going forward.

2. Social Media Stresses

Another high-profile case in England, Higgs v Farmor’s School, once again shines

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This article is correct at 05/02/2024

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