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 of £3m or above will be taxed 0.5% on their payroll from 6th April 2017. This...
Are you looking to take on new enthusiastic team members or would you like your existing staff to develop their skills? Then Apprenticeships may provide you with the training solution you are looking for. With effect from May 2017, the Government has introduced a...
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 Employment law Tribunals. HR plays an important role in ensuring that your workforce understands...
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