Committee room 1 of the House of Lords and today's discussion around pension interface standards, data quality and future pensions … Continue reading Payroll and Pension standards and API interfaces – essential for future success?
As part of the holiday pay changes coming into force from 6th April 2020 with the expansion of the statutory … Continue reading Casual workers and holiday accrual
An open consultation has been launched by UK government in relation to proposals by the Low Pay Commission (LPC) to … Continue reading Zero hours contract but required to be available? Scheduled work cancelled? Sent home early? One-sided working flexibility to be challenged
UK government are launching a consultation to 'challenge the assumption entrenched in our parental leave entitlements that the mother must … Continue reading Parental leave for fathers to be promoted, and new Neonatal rights to be introduced
National Minimum Wage, Holiday Pay rights, Sick Pay rights - consultation on new enforcement body to support workers. Following the … Continue reading Employment rights – single enforcement body proposed
Are you being paid for all of your work time? Does your employer expect you to do free additional work … Continue reading Are you being paid below National Minimum Wage or aged 25 and above and being paid under the National Living Wage?
HM Treasury (HMT) have confirmed that the Office of National Statistics (ONS) data collection information has confirmed that employment in … Continue reading United Kingdom reaches record employment levels
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that the National Minimum Wage record keeping obligations transfer under TUPE under their judgement … Continue reading National Minimum Wage record keeping obligation transfers under TUPE
The Department for Work and Pensions along with the Department of Health and Social Care have launched a consultation under … Continue reading Changes proposed to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)
Thursday 11th July 2019 and HM Revenue and Customs have published the governments response to the consultation along with draft … Continue reading Off-Payroll Working (IR35) government response published, changes going ahead for April 2020
April 2020 sees a qualifying change to the Employment Allowance. Originally introduced in April 2014 at £2,000. Many employers benefit … Continue reading The Employment Allowance is about to get very complicated!