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National Living Wage introduction – April 2016

National Living Wage introduction – April 2016

The National Minimum Wage (Amendment) Regulations come into force on 1 April 2016.

Tyco and Working Time

Tyco and Working Time

A recent European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling has found that the time spent by workers, who do not have a fixed place of work, travelling between their homes and the premises of the first and last customers is “working time” for the purposes of the Working Time Directive (WTD).

National Minimum Wage offenders named and shamed

National Minimum Wage offenders named and shamed

More than 100 employers who have failed to pay their workers the National Minimum Wage have been named and shamed.

Sickness absence – busting myths!

Sickness absence – busting myths!

The management of sickness absence is an inevitable aspect of the management of employees.

Proposal to reduce the value of tax free termination payments – what you need to know

Proposal to reduce the value of tax free termination payments – what you need to know

The Government has launched a 12 week consultation on the reform of tax and NICs exemptions for termination payments.

The Budget: employment law implications

The Budget: employment law implications

George Osborne has delivered his first majority Conservative Government budget. We have summarised the key employment points arising from it.

New ACAS Guide – Handling Pay and Wages

New ACAS Guide – Handling Pay and Wages

ACAS has issued a new guide, aimed at small and medium sized businesses, which is designed to help employers to ensure that pay issues are handled correctly.

The Queen’s Speech: changes to employment law

The Queen’s Speech: changes to employment law

The Queen’s Speech has been delivered on what the new Conservative Government will look to legislate on in the coming year.

What does the Conservatives' win mean for employment law?

What does the Conservatives' win mean for employment law?

With the Conservatives now in power following last weeks election, we take a look at what can be expected in terms of changes in employment law.

The General Election – what do the parties’ manifestos say about employment rights?

The General Election – what do the parties’ manifestos say about employment rights?

With the General Election only a matter of weeks away, the main political parties’ have all released their manifestos.

Focus on…shared parental leave

Focus on…shared parental leave

The new Shared Parental Leave (SPL) regulations provide an opportunity for parents to take advantage of additional flexibility in the way they choose to care for their new child (whether birth or adoption).

Important changes to immigration rules

Important changes to immigration rules

April is a busy time of year for the UK Visas and Immigration Authority and below is an outline of some of the changes being implemented this month.