Daniel Barnett presents...

What Will Labour Do?


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Recorded live on 13 May 2024 @ 10am


This one hour webinar, recorded May 2024, covers Labour’s proposals for:-

Removing the distinction between ‘employees’ and ‘workers’, and giving employment rights to all workers

Introducing a new ‘right to disconnect’

Making unfair dismissal a ‘Day One’ employment right (subject to probationary periods)

Bringing in equal pay rights for BAME and disabled workers

Introducing mandatory ethnic and disability pay gap reporting

Re-introducing rules making employers responsible for third party harassment

Extending time limits for bringing tribunal claims

Making directors of companies personally responsible if a company fails to comply with a tribunal order

Extending time limits for bringing tribunal claims

Removing compensation caps

Ending dismissal and re-engagement

Banning zero-hour contracts

Introducing Fair Pay Agreements across different sectors

Strengthening trade union rights, to include repealing recent legislation, introducing stronger rights to compulsory union recognition, introducing a positive duty on employers to tell workers of their right to join a trade union, and expanding the ways in which workers can be balloted

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