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|13 Jan 2006||New rules will oblige employers to consult on pension changes||Draft regulations have been laid before Parliament that will require employers to undertake consultation before making changes to occupational and personal pension schemes.|
|25 Jan 2006||Acas inquiry reveals concerns of employers and unions||The Trade and Industry Select Committee is currently undertaking an inquiry into the work of Acas.|
|26 Jan 2006||House of Lords gives judgment on territorial scope of ERA||The House of Lords, in the cases of Serco Ltd v Lawson; Botham v Ministry of Defence; Crofts and ors v Veta Ltd and ors, has given judgment on the geographical extent of employees' rights under the Em...|
|30 Jan 2006||DTI issues guidance on new TUPE regulations||The DTI has issued guidance for employers on the changes to the law that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 will make when they come into force on 6 April.|
|1 Feb 2006||Draft maternity, paternity and adoption leave regulations published||The DTI has published for consultation draft regulations that will bring in some of the reforms to the rules on family-related leave and flexible working announced in the Government's response to the ...|
|7 Feb 2006||'Partly unmeasured time' exemption removed from Working Time Regulations||Regulations have been approved by Parliament that will remove the 'partly unmeasured working time' exemption from the Working Time Regulations 1998 SI 1998/1833.|
|8 Feb 2006||Court of Appeal holds Modern Apprenticeship can be contract of apprenticeship||The Court of Appeal, in the case of Flett v Matheson, has suggested that a Modern Apprenticeship arrangement can constitute a common law contract of apprenticeship.|
|13 Feb 2006||EOC consults on gender equality code of practice||The Equal Opportunities Commission has launched a consultation on a code of practice designed to help public bodies meet their obligations under the new 'gender equality duty'.|
|15 Feb 2006||TUPE Regulations 2006 published||
The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 SI 2006/246 have been published. The new rules are intended to give effect to the Amended Acquired Rights Directive (No.2001...