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Failure to follow Acas Code of Practice could result in compensation

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Employers should use a fair and consistent procedure when dismissing employee. Failure to follow the Acas Code of Practice could result in compensation being increased by 25 per cent. Employees have the right not to be unfairly dismissed.

There are detailed provisions for each stage of the procedure that should be followed and employers should seek advice if in doubt.

Speak to Elcons to ensure you follow the proper process.

Should women disclose pregnancy during recruitment?

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A YouGov survey on behalf of The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s revealed, 6 in 10 employers believe they should. Are employers still living in the dark ages when it comes to the rights of pregnant woman and new mothers in the workplace?

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An employee can claim pregnancy and maternity discrimination

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When a woman is undergoing IVF treatment, a protected period starts when fertilised ova are implanted (when she is regarded as being pregnant). When an implantation fails and the pregnancy ends, the protected period ends after a further two weeks have elapsed in accordance with section 18(6) of the EqA 2010. If an employer treats an employee unfavourably during this period she can claim pregnancy and maternity discrimination.

Plans to enforce employment rights

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The government has put back long-awaited changes to the UK labour market. This is in response to The Taylor Review on modern work practices and ‘reform’ the rights offered to flexible workers in the gig economy and beyond. The BEIS has decided it will consult with businesses on the impact of plans to enforce employment rights, change rules concerning agency workers, increase transparency in the labour market and consider employment status before taking any action to change workers’ rights.