Read our guide on April’s Employment Law updates that your business needs to consider

Written by Kevin Murphy
25 May, 2024
Our guide to the Four BIG employment law changes coming in effect April 2024

We are all used to seeing the increases in the National Minimum Wage get announced and changed every April, and this year was no exception.  However, this April sees many other changes which require implementation and which received less publicity.

The Four BIG April changes affect family-friendly rights and protections, flexible working and a new Carers Leave.  However, changes in annual leave and other statutory payments also come into effect.  All of which business owners and HR directors need to be aware of and implement within their businesses.

Read our document below “Four BIG employment law changes coming in effect April 2024”.

Four BIG employment law changes coming in effect April 2024

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