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National minimum wage annual increases Publication date: 13.12.2017
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National minimum wage annual increases..NLW and NMW. The government has confirmed in the autumn Budget 2017 (see Follow up ) that it’s increasing the national living wage (NLW) and minimum wage (NMW) hourly rates from 1 April 2018 as follows: the NLW rate for workers aged 25+ will increase from £7.50 to £7.83 the NMW rate for workers aged 21 to...
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What rest periods and rest breaks must you provide? Publication date: 13.12.2017
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Under the Working Time Regulations 1998, workers have minimum entitlements to both rest periods and rest breaks. What time off work do you have to provide and what else do the statutory provisions say?
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How to add value with succession planning Publication date: 13.12.2017
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Succession planning is the process of identifying and growing future leaders, managers and key individuals to fill current and future business-critical positions. What are the key considerations?
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What do you need to be aware of when employing children? Publication date: 13.12.2017
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If you’re considering employing a child on a part-time basis, there are a number of provisions you need to know about and restrictions that you must comply with. What do you need to know?
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Risk of new holiday pay claims Publication date: 13.12.2017
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Following a recent Court of Justice of the European Union case, it’s possible that you may now receive substantial claims for holiday pay from your contractors. Why is this?
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How should you deal with a flexible working request? Publication date: 13.12.2017
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All employees with at least 26 weeks’ continuous employment have the statutory right to make a request for flexible working. If an employee submits such a request, what practical issues should you consider when dealing with it?
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Employment tribunal fees refund scheme Publication date: 13.12.2017
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Employment tribunal fees refund scheme..Refund scheme open. Following the Supreme Court’s ruling in R (on the application of UNISON) v Lord Chancellor 2017 (see Follow up ) that the tribunal fees regime was unlawful, the government has fully opened its refund scheme to anyone who paid a fee between 29 July 2013 and 26 July 2017. The refund will be...
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Making wage deductions for the cost of training Publication date: 13.12.2017
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When an employee leaves employment, you might wish to recover the cost of any external training they recently undertook. When are you legally able to recoup training costs and can you do this by making deductions from the employee’s final salary payment?
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Uber loses appeal on worker status for its drivers Publication date: 13.12.2017
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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld a tribunal’s decision that Uber drivers are “workers” for the purposes of employment legislation. What’s likely to happen next and what are the implications of this decision for other so-called gig economy businesses?
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What’s the latest on holiday pay? Publication date: 09.06.2017
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Calculating holiday pay has been a hot topic for some time, ending up in the highest court in the EU. As we enter another holiday season it’s important to know what your legal obligations are. What’s the latest on this tricky subject?
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