Are employees entitled to the extra Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday in 2022. In November 2020, the Government announced an extra bank holiday for June 2022 to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s 70th anniversary as monarch. The late May Bank Holiday has been moved to...
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...
From Monday 17 January, people with COVID-19 in England can end their self-isolation after 5 full days, as long as they test negative on day 5 and day 6. People self-isolating with COVID-19 will have the option to reduce their isolation period after 5 full days if...
Gross misconduct is an act or behaviour sufficiently serious to lead to dismissal without notice or payment in lieu of notice, often abbreviated to PILON. Arguably the most severe sanction; any employers dealing with a gross misconduct issue should ensure that they...
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