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(p. 598) 23. Regulation of the Conditions of Employment 

(p. 598) 23. Regulation of the Conditions of Employment
(p. 598) 23. Regulation of the Conditions of Employment

James Marson

and Katy Ferris

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date: 15 May 2021

This chapter continues from the discussion of the obligations on employers to adhere to the Equality Act (EA) 2010 and protect their workers from discrimination and harassment, to a wider consideration of the regulation of conditions of employment. Legislation places many obligations on employers, and they are increasingly subject to statutory controls that provide for a minimum wage to be paid to workers, for regulation as to the maximum number of hours workers may be required to work, and for the protection of workers’ health and safety. In the event of an employer’s insolvency, the rights of employees are identified, and finally, the mechanisms for employers to protect their business interests in the contract of employment are considered.

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