Study On Brexit Decision - Sources Of Law, Concept Of Employment

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PRINCIPLES OF EMPLOYMENT LAW Student's name:Student’s ID:Professor’s name:1
Table of contentsTable of contents..............................................................................................................................2Introduction......................................................................................................................................3Employment rights in the UK..........................................................................................................3Concept of Brexit.............................................................................................................................4EU’s influence on UK law and employment...................................................................................4Impact of Brexit on employment rights...........................................................................................6The changes occurred in employment rights...................................................................................7Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................82
IntroductionThe main result that came on 23 June 2016 put a direct impact on the UK, as the UK was a partof EU for almost 40 years. In this scenario, the EU's influence on laws and regulation were hugein the British daily life. In the previous time, many of the EU norms were the rules for theworkplace in the UK. These laws are EU framework on discrimination 2000 and others, such aspart-time, rest breaks, fixed-time and paid holiday. On the other side, some of the employmentlaws have remained same, which were created by the UK itself, like dismissal protection,minimum wage and deduction pay. Therefore, it is very important for management of anorganisation to protect the rights of employees. Otherwise, employees will remain dissatisfiedwith their jobs and join some other organisation. The organisation needs to ensure employees canwork at flexible duty hours and get medical, paternity and maternity leave. It is also essential tomake sure of the fact that they do not face discrimination, harassment or racism in the workplace.The aim of the study is to analyse sources of law. courts of law, concept of employment andBrexit, employment rights of the UK, duties and responsibilities of employees, features orcharacteristics of employment legislation and its importance, effect of Brexit on employmentrights and the recent change in employment rights. Employment rights in the UKEmployment refers to a contract between two different parties where one party is the employerand the other one is the employee. Apart from their salary, they also get some other benefits suchas bonus, incentives, promotions, health insurance, etc. Laws, legal contracts policies orregulations always control employment. Employees are provided proper guidance and training sothat they can perform their duties successfully. Any reputed organisation always tries to protectemployment rights in order to provide job satisfaction to employees. Various employment rightsare followed in the UK which includes the agency workers directive, the acquired rightsdirective, the employment framework directive, the employment conditions directive, the equaltreatment directive, the collective redundancies directive, the fixed term workers directive, etc.The agency workers directive provides rights of equal basic working and same conditions ofannual leave and pays to employees. The working time directive provides rights of proper dutyhours, daily rest, breaks and leaves to employees. The Race directive refers to the equaltreatment of employees irrespective of their background, race and nationality. The Young3

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