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2019 – HR and Employment Law changes employers need to know

Jan 07, 2019 In 2018, employers and managers had many employment law and HR changes to deal with. This included the introduction of GDPR, gender pay gay reporting, changes to taxation of t

Is failing a drug test a reason for an automatic dismissal?

Dec 20, 2018 A recent decision made by the Employment Tribunal has highlighted the importance of not treating a positive drug test result as a reason for automatic dismissal.

All I want for Christmas is…. A stress-free payroll!

Dec 13, 2018 Christmas and New Year can be the most expensive time of the year for most people. If you employ people, the festive period can bring a number of problems that you will need t

Adverse Weather & Employment Law – Guidance For Employers

Nov 29, 2018 The impact poor weather may have on Employers will be determined by the decisions they make, many of which may be based on issues completely out of their control, but those decisions and the way t

An employer’s guide to Christmas employment issues

Nov 27, 2018 With Christmas only 4 weeks away, the employment issues surrounding this holiday often create a HR headache for employers. This blog is intended to arm employers with the correct knowledge and guidanc

The law on payslips is set to change by April 2019: Start preparing now!

Nov 06, 2018 Providing your employees with payslips is generally a routine process that does not require a lot of thought behind it. Under UK law, a payslip should be issued to all employees each time they are

2019 Budget: National Living Wage set to increase by almost 5%

Oct 31, 2018 The National Living Wage, which is the statutory minimum wage for those aged 25 and over, has to rise to £8.21ph from April 2019 – which means an additional £690 annually for low paid workers.

HR Health Check

Oct 17, 2018 How healthy is your business? To find out, answer these simple questions below. 1. Do all your employees have a written contract of employment? Y/N 2. Are these contracts of emplo