Should holiday pay for a term-time worker with a year-round contract (a ‘part-year worker’) be calculated as 12.07% of their annual earnings? In Harpur Trust v Brazel the Supreme Court held ‘No’. Mrs Brazel was employed on a permanent zero-hour contract to...
The response to the pandemic has highlighted the pressures on GPs in managing their patient loads. In order to ease the burden on them, the Government has changed the way fit notes are issued. The changes also means that patients will be able to see the most relevant...
The following temporary changes were made on 30 March 2020 and remain in place until 5 April 2022 (inclusive): Right to work checks can currently be carried out over video callsJob applicants and existing workers can send scanned documents or a photo of documents for...
The Home Office has announced changes to employer right to work checks, effective 6 April 2022 that all employers must be aware of. From 6 April 2022, holders of BRPs (Biometric Residence Permit), Biometric Residence Cards (BRC) and Frontier Worker Permits (FWP) must...
In December 2021, the Government announced a temporary extension to the number of days an employee could self-certificate from work. This was extended from the normal 7 days to 28 days to free up GP’s to assist with COVID19 booster vaccine rollout. Any sickness...
Today’s Key Announcements • Working from home guidance will end and people will no longer be asked to wear masks in any setting, although people are advised to continue wearing face masks in crowded, indoor settings...
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