Changes to Employment Law

What do they mean for your business?

An increasing number of employers are offering their staff more rather than less, such as hybrid working; however those that implement any proposed reform which curtails employees rights may see staff attrition.

In a recently published article in SME Today, Gita Patel discusses Rishi Sunak’s plans for employment rights and how employers can best prepare for it.

You can read the article in full here.

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