UK employment law: how it’s made

Can you explain how a Bill is passed through Parliament or how an Act comes into force? Members can use our recently revised factsheet to get an overview of the origins of UK employment law. It covers primary and secondary legislation, regional Parliaments and Assemblies and judge-made law. View the factsheet.

Find out how you can join the CIPD today to get instant access to employment law factsheets and other restricted-access resources.

If you’re looking for an update on developments in employment law, we’re running Law on Tour workshops around the UK this October. Book soon as places are going fast.

Last week’s poll asked about your preferred method of apprenticeship funding. Provider Payment had the most votes (43%) followed by Direct Payment (33%) and the least popular method was PAYE Payment with 24% of the votes.

Does your organisation look at job candidates’ online activity or profiles to inform recruitment decisions? Vote in our current poll. Also, in today’s issue you’re invited to take part in our first social media survey.

Alison Gilbertson


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Investigative Journalist/Researcher for major media. Exposing the truth and police corruption with in UK police service.Certain forces say their motto is Honesty & Integrity One must ask is it lip service or genuinely meant. CO-OP Labour Party member questioning is the party standing for working class of Britain. Trade Union Activist & promoting diversity,community cohesion within multicultural Britain. Anti fascist speaks out against all foams of discrimination.
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