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Employment law changes in 2022: What you need to know

Summer is over, back to school, costly heating back on (or not), a new PM and a challenging future. Watch Monica Atwal for a quick round-up of all the HR related changes that took effect in 2022, including those that are still expected and those that have fallen off the agenda.

Topics include:

  • Absence, fit notes and sick pay
  • New ACAS code on discrimination
  • Definition of Disability – Covid-19
  • Hybrid working – the automatic right and review of tax
  • Menopause and Women Health Strategy
  • Firing and re-hiring
  • Agency workers and strikes
  • Employment Status
  • Apprenticeships
  • Data protection changes

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  • 15 September 2022
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