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Responding to an employee resignation Publication date: 17.12.2018
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When an employee resigns, there’s no legal requirement for you to actually “accept” their resignation, but that doesn’t mean you should do nothing. What action should you take in response to a resignation?
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Calculating a week’s pay Publication date: 17.12.2018
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The statutory concept of a “week’s pay” is used as the basis for a number of statutory employment rights, including redundancy pay, notice pay for minimum notice and some holiday pay. How exactly do you calculate it?
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How to conduct a disciplinary hearing Publication date: 17.12.2018
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One of the key stages in the disciplinary process is the disciplinary hearing, so it’s essential to get it right. How should you conduct a hearing and what problems might you need to tackle at this stage of the process?
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Employers’ NI changes further delayed to 2020 Publication date: 17.12.2018
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Employers’ NI changes further delayed to 2020..Delayed introduction. In 2016, the government announced that termination payments over £30,000 would be subject to employers’ NI from April 2018 in order to align the income tax and employers’ NI rules. This change was then delayed for a year until April 2019. However, buried in the autumn Budget...
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Why managing talent is important Publication date: 17.12.2018
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You are having problems recruiting people with the right skills and then keeping them for more than a couple of years. What actions can you take to help create a stable and productive workforce?
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Pregnant employees - avoid the risks Publication date: 17.12.2018
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Avoiding risks for pregnant employees may involve altering their working conditions or hours, offering them alternative work or, as a last resort, suspending them. What do you need to do to be legally compliant with the statutory provisions?
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New statutory payment rates announced Publication date: 17.12.2018
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New statutory payment rates announced..2019/20 changes. The government has announced the proposed revised rates of statutory maternity pay (SMP), statutory adoption pay (SAP), statutory paternity pay (SPP), statutory shared parental pay (ShPP) and statutory sick pay (SSP) for 2019/20 (see Follow up ). The rates are subject to Parliamentary approval,...
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The government’s response to bereavement leave consultation Publication date: 17.12.2018
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The government has published its response to its consultation on the finer details of the parental bereavement leave and pay scheme. What decisions has it now taken?
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Private hire drivers were workers and not self-employed Publication date: 17.12.2018
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In yet another gig economy case, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that private hire drivers were workers. What advice can you take from this decision?
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Have you paid the data protection fee? Publication date: 17.12.2018
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The Information Commissioner’s Office has issued the first fines to organisations that haven’t paid the new data protection fee. Does the fee apply to your business?
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