Parental bereavement law not expected until 2020

There is currently no legal requirement for employers to provide paid time off for parents whose child has died.  The government previously pledged to introduce a new entitlement for parental bereavement leave and pay and, in September 2018, the Parental… Read on

Government to consult on greater parental pay transparency

The government has announced that it will consult on requiring employers with more than 250 staff to publish their parental leave and pay policies, so job applicants can make informed decisions about whether they can combine the role with caring… Read on

New legislation to ensure workers get all their tips

The government has announced plans to introduce new legislation “at the earliest opportunity” to ensure that tips left for workers providing a service will go to them in full. There have been plenty of examples of restaurants such as Belgo… Read on

Shared parental pay and sex discrimination: another decision

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has allowed an appeal in a case brought by a police officer about the practice of paying employees on shared parental leave (SPL) only statutory shared parental pay, while female employees on maternity leave receive… Read on

Bereaved parents entitled to paid leave from 2020

Legislation currently going through Parliament will give employed parents two weeks’ paid leave if they lose a child under the age of 18. There is currently no legal requirement for employers to provide paid time off for grieving relatives but… Read on