Crack down on ‘fire and rehire’ practices

Plans for a new statutory code will crack down on unscrupulous employers that use controversial dismissal tactics courts to be … Continue reading Crack down on ‘fire and rehire’ practices

Chancellor delivers plan for stability, growth and public services

The Chancellor has, Thursday 17th November 2022, announced the Autumn Statement, its aim to restore stability to the economy, protect … Continue reading Chancellor delivers plan for stability, growth and public services

Chancellor brings forward further Medium-Term Fiscal Plan measures

The Chancellor of The Exchequer Jeremy Hunt has, Monday 17th October 2022, brought forward a number of measures from 31st … Continue reading Chancellor brings forward further Medium-Term Fiscal Plan measures

3rd National Insurance change confirmed for 6th November 2022

The 1.25 percentage point rise in National Insurance will be reversed from 6th November 2022, the Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has … Continue reading 3rd National Insurance change confirmed for 6th November 2022

PAY.UK Confirm Monday 19th September 2022 as a non-payment processing date for BACS

From: Pay.UK Enquiries <Enquiries@wearepay.uk> Sent: 12 September 2022 16:43To: PAYadvice.U.K.Subject: RE: External : Bank Holiday 19th September 2022 Good afternoon,  … Continue reading PAY.UK Confirm Monday 19th September 2022 as a non-payment processing date for BACS

August 2022 HMRC Employer Bulletin

HMRC have published their August 2022 edition of the employers bulletin. It covers a multitude of topics: PAYE PAYE Settlement … Continue reading August 2022 HMRC Employer Bulletin

Why are employers breaking minimum wage law? ‘don’t be a Scrooge – pay your staff properly’

Government has named and shamed another 208 businesses which failed to pay the minimum wage to 12,000 of the lowest … Continue reading Why are employers breaking minimum wage law? ‘don’t be a Scrooge – pay your staff properly’

Submit August claims, prepare for closure of the Job Retention Scheme and the latest on SEISS

Dear PAYadvice.UK , I’m writing to you with the latest information about the support schemes available to help your clients, as … Continue reading Submit August claims, prepare for closure of the Job Retention Scheme and the latest on SEISS

Actions for you and your clients – preparing for closure of the Job Retention Scheme and the latest on SEISS

Dear PAYadvice.UK I’m writing to you with the latest information about the support schemes available to help your clients, as … Continue reading Actions for you and your clients – preparing for closure of the Job Retention Scheme and the latest on SEISS

TUC urges ban on umbrella companies – end exploitation of workers amid scandalous workplace practices which have “no place in modern Britain”

Union body warns use of umbrella companies could spiral post-pandemic New TUC research estimates that half of agency workers work … Continue reading TUC urges ban on umbrella companies – end exploitation of workers amid scandalous workplace practices which have “no place in modern Britain”

£375 million scheme to drive investment in innovative firms of the future opens for applications

£375 million Future Fund: Breakthrough opens for applications to help high-growth, R&D intensive companies bring game-changing technologies to marketThe government … Continue reading £375 million scheme to drive investment in innovative firms of the future opens for applications

Plan for Jobs one year on: More than a third of the working population supported through the pandemic

More than a third of the working population have been supported since the coronavirus pandemic began, according to figures released … Continue reading Plan for Jobs one year on: More than a third of the working population supported through the pandemic

Home Office issues revised Right To Work guidance for 1st July 2021 and onwards

At the eleventh hour, the Home Office have, at last, issued revised guidance (18th June 2021) on the changes required … Continue reading Home Office issues revised Right To Work guidance for 1st July 2021 and onwards

Government to protect workers’ rights and clamp down on workplace abuse with powerful new body

New workers’ watchdog to take over responsibility for tackling modern slavery, enforcing minimum wage, and moreone-stop shop will improve enforcement … Continue reading Government to protect workers’ rights and clamp down on workplace abuse with powerful new body