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An expanded written statement of employment particulars Publication date: 14.02.2019
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From 6 April 2020, you’ll not only have to provide a written statement of employment particulars to all workers from day one, you’ll also have to include additional mandatory content. What extra matters will you need to cover?
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What antenatal rights do expectant parents have? Publication date: 14.02.2019
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Pregnant employees and their partners each have a separate statutory right to take time off work to attend antenatal appointments. However, exactly how far do those time off rights extend?
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EU Settlement Scheme fee axed Publication date: 14.02.2019
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EU Settlement Scheme fee axed..Government U-turn. The Prime Minister has announced that the £65 fee for applications for settled or pre-settled status made by EU citizens under the EU Settlement Scheme is to be waived (see Follow up ). Scheme roll out. The EU Settlement Scheme is due to be fully operational from 30 March 2019. When that happens, there...
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What can you do about workplace romances? Publication date: 14.02.2019
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With an estimated 25% of employees having met their long-term partner at work, personal relationships in your workplace are inevitable. However, is there anything you can do here to protect your business from the potential fallout?
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Immigration White Paper published Publication date: 14.02.2019
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Immigration White Paper published..Skills-based system. The government has published its White Paper on the UK’s future skills-based immigration system, to apply to all foreign migrants from 1 January 2021, bringing an end to free movement for EU nationals. The proposals include: (1) a skilled workers route open to all foreign migrants, created by...
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Defamation allegation can form basis of whistleblowing claim Publication date: 14.02.2019
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According to the Employment Appeal Tribunal, an allegation of defamation by an employee can be a breach of a legal obligation under the statutory whistleblowing provisions. Does this widen the whistleblowing protection?
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New protection for pregnant employees Publication date: 14.02.2019
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The government is consulting on proposals to extend redundancy protection for pregnant women and new parents. What’s on the horizon?
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The fair selection of employees for redundancy Publication date: 14.02.2019
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When selecting employees for redundancy, you first need to decide on your selection pool and the selection criteria you intend to use. You then need to apply those criteria to the pool of employees in a fair manner. What should you do at each of these stages?
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Guidance on new payslip legislation Publication date: 14.02.2019
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The government has published guidance to help employers comply with the new payslip legislation coming into force from 6 April 2019. Is it worth a read?
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Taking the stress out of stress Publication date: 14.02.2019
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You’re concerned about an employee who’s showing signs of stress and being unable to cope. As an HR professional what are your responsibilities towards your staff in situations like this?
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