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Status of EU nationals in the UK Publication date: 17.05.2017
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Status of EU nationals in the UK..What’s new? Following the triggering of Article 50, the government has provided a new online information page for EU nationals in the UK (see Follow up ). This confirms that there’s no change to the rights and status of EU nationals living in the UK while the UK remains in the EU and that, once we have an agreement...
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Government consultation Publication date: 17.05.2017
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Government consultation..Amended legislation. Caste isn’t currently a “protected characteristic” in the Equality Act 2010 . However, in 2013 the government amended the Act to require it to provide for caste to be an aspect of “race” and it undertook to consult on this. The government’s original timetable for the new law slipped, partly due...
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When do sleep-in shifts count as NMW working time? Publication date: 17.05.2017
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The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that determining the national minimum wage (NMW) entitlement of sleep-in workers requires a so-called “multifactorial evaluation”. When will sleep-in time now count as NMW working time?
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Growing talent through apprenticeships Publication date: 17.05.2017
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The government has made a commitment to deliver three million apprenticeships by 2020. With funding available for training and assessment, is now the time to consider employing an apprentice to help you grow your own internal talent?
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No new “high heels” legislation Publication date: 17.05.2017
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The government has confirmed that it won’t be amending the Equality Act 2010 to cover workplace dress codes. Does this mean you don’t need to do anything?
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Is a refusal to relocate a redundancy or misconduct? Publication date: 17.05.2017
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Where your business is considering a move to new premises, you’ll need to tackle the employment aspects. If an employee refuses to relocate, are they redundant or should you treat it as misconduct and discipline them accordingly?
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Exercising bonus scheme discretion Publication date: 17.05.2017
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Where your bonus scheme provides for any bonus payments to be “at your absolute discretion”, how much discretion do you actually have and how can you avoid a bonus payment becoming contractual by custom and practice?
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GDPR: consent and privacy notices Publication date: 17.05.2017
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The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect on 25 May 2018 and will substantially change the UK’s data protection regime. How does it impact on obtaining employee consent to data processing and on privacy notices?
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What’s the role of HR in disciplinary proceedings? Publication date: 17.05.2017
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Where it’s alleged that an employee has committed misconduct, it’s likely that you’ll institute disciplinary proceedings against them, commencing with a formal investigation into their actions. What role can HR play in this whole process?
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Be prepared for the influx Publication date: 15.12.2016
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Be prepared for the influx..Changes ahead. As part of the Making Tax Digital project, the PAYE system is to undergo a number of changes from 2017/18 onwards. The first change you’ll start to notice is HMRC making more adjustments to employees’ tax codes so that they pay the right amount of tax during the tax year instead of ending up with an unwanted...
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