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Should migrant workers get special protection?

Should migrant workers get special protection?

Does the abuse of migrant domestic workers on the grounds of their status as vulnerable workers amount to unlawful discrimination?

What are the implications of Brexit on Employment Law?

What are the implications of Brexit on Employment Law?

At long last the campaign is over and we know that Britain has voted to leave the European Union. Whichever way you voted, the question on everyone’s lips is – What happens now?

HR Flash Point: How do I take back control of our HR budget?

HR Flash Point: How do I take back control of our HR budget?

As an HR leader, you’re faced with the daily challenge of corralling a team that keeps your organisation working smoothly and continuously moving forward. No matter what the challenge – employee relations, disciplinaries, redundancies – you and your team can adeptly handle anything your...

Holiday Pay Should Include Commission

Holiday Pay Should Include Commission

On 22 February 2016 the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) handed down its decision in British Gas v Lock. This is the latest in the long-running saga in relation to the calculation of holiday pay.

3 reasons for annual HR budget overrun

3 reasons for annual HR budget overrun

Here are a three key reasons why HR departments run out of cash...

Mandatory pay reporting is here – almost

Mandatory pay reporting is here – almost

The Government has published the draft The Equality Act (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2016 which set out the framework for the new gender pay reporting requirements.

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.

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