Millions of runs completed using Couch to 5k app

Over 6 million runs were completed using the NHS Couch to 5K app between 1st January and 29th December 2022. … Continue reading Millions of runs completed using Couch to 5k app

Regular asymptomatic testing for Covid will be paused in all remaining settings from 31st August 2022

Routine asymptomatic testing will be paused across remaining settings, including hospitals and care homes, from 31 August as Covid cases … Continue reading Regular asymptomatic testing for Covid will be paused in all remaining settings from 31st August 2022

Margaret Beels appointed as Director of Labour Market Enforcement

“The new appointment will bolster government’s continued efforts to protect and enhance workers’ rights while stamping out workplace exploitation” Margaret … Continue reading Margaret Beels appointed as Director of Labour Market Enforcement

Further easing of Covid restrictions from 12th April 2021

Outdoor pubs, shops, gyms and hairdressers to reopen. From Monday 12th April 2021 additional premises will be able to reopen … Continue reading Further easing of Covid restrictions from 12th April 2021

Working safely guidance has been updated to include changes to national restrictions.

Changes include: The visitor economy and Hotels and other guest accommodation guidance has been updated to include information on reasonable adjustments, changes to … Continue reading Working safely guidance has been updated to include changes to national restrictions.

Payroll Question Time: The Budget 2021 – Friday 5th March | 2:00pm – 3:30pm

Join the Payroll and HR community at the SD Worx monthly, online interactive discussion. With one of the most eagerly … Continue reading Payroll Question Time: The Budget 2021 – Friday 5th March | 2:00pm – 3:30pm

TUC – Covid occupational deaths expose “huge inequalities” in labour market and need for tougher safety rules

Men working in elementary occupations or caring, leisure and other service occupations had the highest rates of death involving COVID-19. … Continue reading TUC – Covid occupational deaths expose “huge inequalities” in labour market and need for tougher safety rules

Advice for clinically extremely vulnerable in new Tier 4 areas – do not attend work

This group is advised to stay at home at all times, unless for exercise or medical appointments, and not to … Continue reading Advice for clinically extremely vulnerable in new Tier 4 areas – do not attend work

Employer reimbursed Coronavirus swab tests – Income tax exemption and National Insurance disregard

The Government is to introduce a temporary income tax exemption and National Insurance contributions (NICs) disregard, to ensure that employees … Continue reading Employer reimbursed Coronavirus swab tests – Income tax exemption and National Insurance disregard