Changes to the statement of employment particulars


Posted by Ruth Christy, 19th June 2019
This article was first published by Employee Benefits on 18 June. Under the Good Work Plan, published in December 2018, from 6 April 2020 every new employee and worker will have the right to the current statement of written particulars from day one of their contract.

Some of the finer details of the new requirements for written statements of employment particulars have gone under the radar specifically new additional requirements which must be included and the effect on workers as opposed to employees. Employers will need to address the issue of employment status as a priority and ensure that new contracts are drafted to include the additional provisions without unintentionally creating additional contractual rights.

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