Early Bank Holiday in 2020- Is your business prepared?
2nd July 2019
With the government announcing that next year’s early May bank holiday will be moved from a Monday 4th May to Friday 8th May, organisations should consider how this change will … Read more
Are you aware of the KEY Employment Law changes taking place this April 2017?
20th April 2017
So many employment changes are being enforced this April from the Apprenticeship Levy, gender pay and minimum wage to other challenges to ensure your organisation is complaint with new regimes. … Read more
Are you aware of the New Apprenticeship Levy?
5th April 2017
On 6 April 2017 the Apprenticeship Levy comes into effect and it is important that you are aware what this means to your business. In Summary: All employers with a payroll … Read more
PENSION RE-ENROLMENT – Do you know the facts?
29th March 2017
Every three years certain members of staff must be put back into an automatic enrolment pension scheme. This is called ‘re-enrolment’ and as an employer there are certain steps you … Read more
Decisions on Employment Tribunal cases in England, Wales and Scotland can now be accessed online!
16th February 2017
With effect from 9th February 2017 all Employment Tribunal Judgements will be accessible online through the Gov.UK website What this means for your business? If anyone wants to find out … Read more
Are you aware of the changes expected to Statutory Rates in 2017?
14th December 2016
As you may already be aware, the Government reviews the statutory rates each year to be in line with the consumer price index. The rates have not increased since April … Read more
When did you last provide Health & Safety Training for your staff?
21st November 2016
Our fully interactive Health and Safety e-Learning Programmes, which are not produced in Powerpoint or text based, cover a wide range of areas with each package bespoke and personalised to meet the … Read more
Why employers need to stamp down on “locker-room talk”
27th October 2016
The recent comments made by Donald Trump were referred to by him as ”locker room talk” and this tactic of trivialising acts of alleged sexual harassment is not uncommon in … Read more
Rights to Work in the UK – this Summer’s Employment Law update
6th October 2016
This summer, new legislation has taken effect in the UK under the Immigration Act 2016. Debra Wyatt, our Client Relationship Manager explains the new rules. It has never been more important for … Read more