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Payslips for Workers:

United Kingdom - March 28 2019 As part of its campaign to protect workers, the Government has introduced new rules about payslips, which take effect from 6 April 2019. The goal is…

Emily Bowden

Budget 2018 - reforms to IR35, and NICs on termination payments delayed

United Kingdom - November 2 2018 In April 2017, changes were made to the application of IR35 in the public sector. Broadly speaking, where a public authority engages a contractor, it…

James Regan

Are you afraid of social media?

United Kingdom - October 15 2018 Social media is a major marketing tool and source of revenue for many businesses, however as a family and owner managed business are you afraid of…

James Regan

It is not discriminatory for an employer to pay more for maternity leave than shared parental leave

United Kingdom - April 13 2018 The Employment Appeal Tribunal has released its judgement on the case of Capita Customer Management Limited v Ali. The judgement confirms that Mr Ali…

What is the National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW) and why must employers pay it?

United Kingdom - March 16 2018 The NMW was introduced in the UK in 1999 and is a specified minimum hourly rate of pay to which most workers age 16 or over are entitled. All…