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Tackling a term-time working request Publication date: 13.09.2018
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With the kids back at school after the long summer holidays, you’ve just received a request from an employee for term-time only working. How should you respond?
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Successful appeal meant employee had not been dismissed Publication date: 13.09.2018
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The Court of Appeal has agreed with the Employment Appeal Tribunal that an employee whose appeal against a gross misconduct dismissal was successful had not been dismissed so couldn’t claim unfair dismissal. Is this decision good news for employers?
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Is there a way of avoiding transfer fees? Publication date: 13.09.2018
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Agencies supplying temporary staff can normally charge you a transfer fee, often called a “temp-to-perm” fee, where one of their workers accepts your offer of permanent direct employment. Is there any way you can avoid this fee?
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What to include in e-mail, Internet and social media policies Publication date: 13.09.2018
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Although not a statutory requirement, it’s advisable for most employers to have in place an e-mail and Internet policy and a social media policy. What should you include in these policies?
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The national minimum wage and sleep-in shifts Publication date: 13.09.2018
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The Court of Appeal has overturned a ruling that determining the NMW entitlement of sleep-in workers requires a multifactorial evaluation. Where does the law stand now?
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No new legislation to protect caste Publication date: 13.09.2018
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No new legislation to protect caste..Consultation response. In yr.1, iss.2, pg.12 (see Follow up ) we reported on the government’s consultation on caste discrimination. It sought views on whether preventing caste discrimination was best done by expressly specifying caste as an aspect of “race” in the Equality Act 2010 (EA), or relying on the development...
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New employer toolkit on EU Settlement Scheme Publication date: 13.09.2018
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New employer toolkit on EU Settlement Scheme..What’s new? The government has launched a new toolkit for employers on the EU Settlement Scheme. It will enable you to increase awareness amongst your EU workers about the forthcoming Scheme and what they need to do to apply for “settled status” - the new immigration status that EU citizens must obtain...
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Is recruiting more staff the only option? Publication date: 13.09.2018
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Your business is expanding rapidly, and the MD is hell-bent on recruiting. But could it pay to stop and think about whether expanding the workforce is the best approach or are there other options which you should consider first?
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Are you correctly calculating the national minimum wage? Publication date: 13.09.2018
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Calculating total pay for national minimum wage purposes still seems to be causing problems for many employers in certain key areas. What’s the minimum wage position in relation to benefits in kind, accommodation, tips and uniforms?
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How to terminate or renew a fixed-term contract Publication date: 13.09.2018
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If you employ staff on fixed-term contracts, you should be familiar with what the law says about the termination, expiry, renewal or extension of such contracts. What exactly do you need to know?
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