06 March 2024


2024 is set to be a busy one for employers with a plethora of reforms on the way. We have put together a reforms timeline to help you plan ahead. Click on each topic below for more information on what is changing. 

Employers will need to consider how these reforms impact on their policies and procedures. For more detail on the actions for you to consider in your organisation, why not check out our on-demand webinar ‘Hot Topics in Employment Law 2024’. In the webinar, we bring you up to date on the ‘need to know’ employment law reforms, cases and trending themes and the potential for radical change if a Labour government comes to power. You can read more about the webinar and what we cover here: Webinar on Demand: Hot Topics in Employment Law 2024.


Employment law reforms 2024



Some of the reforms and the implementation dates detailed above are subject to change so do make sure to check the current position before making changes to your policies and procedures.


Preparing for these changes

If you would like to discuss how your organisation can best prepare for these reforms, please feel free to get in touch with Luke Bowery or your usual employment team contact.



This briefing gives general information only and is not intended to be an exhaustive statement of the law. Although we have taken care over the information, you should not rely on it as legal advice. We do not accept any liability to anyone who does rely on its content.

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Luke Bowery

Luke Bowery Partner

  • Employment
  • Restructuring and Redundancy
  • Equality, Diversity and Discrimination

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