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Immigration skills charge Publication date: 26.04.2017
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Immigration skills charge..What’s new? If you sponsor Tier 2 skilled workers from outside the EEA, you must now pay the new immigration skills charge (ISC) when you assign a certificate of sponsorship. The ISC is £1,000 p.a., but for small employers it’s £364 p.a. You will usually be classed as a small company if your annual turnover is £10.2...
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Non-levy paying employers: funding Publication date: 26.04.2017
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Non-levy paying employers: funding..Apprenticeship levy. The new levy requires UK employers to pay 0.5% of their wage bill in excess of £3 million to fund the costs of apprenticeship training and assessment. Businesses in England subject to the levy should have registered for an online apprenticeship service account (see Follow up ) and the new system...
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Maternity leave and suitable alternative work on redundancy Publication date: 26.04.2017
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Where an employee on maternity leave is placed at risk of redundancy, you’re under a statutory obligation to offer her a suitable alternative vacancy where one exists. What does the legislation say and how far in practical terms do you have to go to comply with it?
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Should you undertake criminal record checks? Publication date: 26.04.2017
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The board of directors has asked that a criminal record check should be carried out on all new recruits. If you can do this legally how should you go about it and what do you need to be aware of?
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How to dismiss short-serving employees Publication date: 26.04.2017
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Employees with less than two years’ service cannot generally claim unfair dismissal so it’s relatively straightforward to dismiss them. What considerations do you need to have in mind before dismissing a short-serving employee and how should you go about it?
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What’s happened to shop workers’ enhanced rights? Publication date: 26.04.2017
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The Enterprise Act 2016 includes provisions that strengthen shop workers’ rights in relation to Sunday working. It was anticipated these changes would take effect in October 2016. It didn’t happen and it’s been quiet since. What’s the latest?
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Dealing with secondary employment Publication date: 26.04.2017
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To clamp down on employees having second jobs, you need to insert an “outside business interests” clause into employment contracts. What should you include and what action should you take where you suspect an employee has secondary employment that they’ve not declared?
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Is the cost of a survey justified? Publication date: 26.04.2017
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Employee engagement is a hot topic for HR professionals and it’s easy to spend thousands of pounds on employee engagement surveys. If you choose to go down this route how can you ensure it delivers value?
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Get tooled up to check status? Publication date: 26.04.2017
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Establishing the tax status of a worker you’ve engaged is not an easy task for any HR professional yet the consequences of getting it wrong can be serious. Should you use HMRC’s new tool for a reliable assessment?
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What are the best and worst times to call HMRC? Publication date: 22.11.2016
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What are the best and worst times to call HMRC?..If you notice an error in your online PAYE for employers account, you’ll usually need to call HMRC to sort it out. This probably fills you with trepidation given that a report by the Public Accounts Committee in July 2016 found that people were waiting an average of 47 minutes for their calls to be...
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