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Brexit and the implications for HR

With the debate rolling on as to what could happen if Britain should exit the EU...I attach a very detailed document written by Michael Ford QC on behalf of the TUC but also there is a more straightforward article here listening the major things to consider.

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If you imagine that many many parts of HR day to day operational legislation comes from Europe, it's not hard to imagine that it may well be a major source of change should we exit.

 

From:

  • discrimination
  • pregnant workers, maternity and parental leave
  • part time, fixed and agency workers
  • working time, annual leave and night workers
  • collective consultation
  • TUPE
  • health and Safety
  • insolvency protection for employees
  • terms and conditions
  • social rights
     

There isn't much left! Whilst I'm sure the lot wouldn't disappear, but seriously watered down could mean backwards steps for basic HUMAN RIGHTS at work.

 

JOHN - Thinking HR