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first_imgThe government is planning to double the qualifying period for those employees claiming “unfair dismissal” (currently one year). This means that employees will have to be employed for two years before they can make this type of claim.The government will be adding a simple amendment to the Employment Rights Act 1996, which will come into effect on 6 April 2012. The reasoning behind this is to kick-start the economy, as it believes that employers are discouraged from taking on employees because at the moment they accrue this employment right so quickly. The government thinks that by changing the rules, it will slash the overall number of tribunal cases down by about 2,000 a year, saving employers around £6m per year.However, it has not confirmed whether these rules are going to apply to existing employees we strongly suspect that they will. The government is now committed to cutting “red-tape” for small businesses. So, unless we hear otherwise, assume that this change will affect your current employees.last_img read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 27-year-old East Hampton man was killed when his SUV skidded on black ice and crashed head-on into a Suffolk County Transit bus in Water Mill early Friday morning.Southampton Town Police said Cesar Marin was driving a Chevrolet Trailblazer westbound on Montauk Highway when he lost control of his truck and veered into the eastbound lane, hitting the bus shortly before 7 a.m.Marin was pronounced dead at the scene. The bus driver was taken to Southampton Hospital, where he was treated and released for non-life-threatening injuries.Police impounded the SUV but no criminal charges are expected to be filed. Another vehicle crashed after hitting the same black ice 10 minutes prior, but no injuries occurred in that case.last_img read more