HR Over The Years

By April Harrington
15 May 2024

As we celebrate international HR day on 20th May 2024, Croner looks back on the key policy changes that have happened throughout the years which has shaped how employers have supported/changed when it comes to staff management. 

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HR changes in 2020 

  • CEO pay gap 
  • Good work plan laws come into place 
  • Pandemic starts 

HR changes in 2021 

  • New immigration law 
  • The end of the furlough scheme 
  • The return of gender pay gap reporting 
  • New IR35 requirements 
  • More companies to produce modern slavery statements 
  • Extended redundancy protection for pregnant employees 

HR changes in 2022

HR changes in 2023 

  • Statutory pay increases 
  • Statutory Sick Pay. 
  • Statutory Maternity
  • Statutory Paternity
  • Statutory Adoption
  • Statutory Shared Parental
  • Statutory Parental Bereavement Pay
  • Lower Earnings Limit
  • National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage
  • Unfair Dismissal

HR changes in 2024 

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About the Author

April Harrington

An experienced Senior Employment Law Consultant, who has worked for the group for over 9 years. April specialises in discrimination legislation. April has an extensive background in training, as well as recruitment and hospitality.

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