HMG Employment Proposals Stumble at The First

HMG’s plan to encourage employers to enter into settlement agreements with staff seems to be stumbling already.  The  proposals encourage SMEs to enter into arrangements with staff to avoid costly tribunal cases andwere announced in the review of employment law in 2011.  However the CIPD believes the idea will cause unnecessary arguments in the workplace and increase confusion surrounding the dismissal of staff.

But what do you think?  Do these proposals cause more problems than they resolve?  Or do you see this as an opportunity to unload ineffective staff?  Why not let me know.  Email me at martin.parry@mgba.co.uk  or put your ideas in the comment box below.

More information here:

There is more on the proposals at:
http://www.personneltoday.com/articles/23/11/2012/59032/cipd-questions
-government-proposals-on-dismissals.htm

Sc: MGBA; UKBA

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