Employment: Ill communication
The long-awaited entry into force of the EU Information and Consultation Directive in the UK is expected to raise significant questions among employers. But significant gaps in the legislation may leave lawyers struggling to find answers. Fraser Younson reports
On 6 April, 2005, a new law came into force that could require employers to set up a works council-type information and consultation body – the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004 (ICER).
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