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What employers need to know about Shared Parental leave changes from April 2015

5th Feb 2015
Employee Benefits, Employment Law, Human ResourcesPayroll

Shared Parental Leave will enable eligible mothers, fathers, partners and adopters to choose how to share time off work after their child is born or placed for adoption. This could involve returning to work for part of the time and then resuming leave at a later date. Read on for information on what employers need to know about Shared Parental leave changes from April 2015. Shared Parental Leave - Key...

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How To Recruit The Right Person For Your Business

19th Jan 2015
Employment Law, Human Resources, PayrollRecruitment

There are a number of things to remember as getting it wrong can be expensive both in terms of management time and cost but don’t worry there is help on hand.  Essentially there are two key areas of risk for your business: Recruiting the wrong person Having to defend a claim from an aggrieved unsuccessful candidate Having a process in place to attract, develop, motivate and retain the best and...

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What you need to know about deductions on payslips

5th Jan 2015
Employee Benefits, Employment Law, Human ResourcesPayroll

Did you know that the Employment Rights Act 1996 (commonly referred to as ERA) states that an employee must receive an itemised payslip (statement of pay) on, or before, the date that the payment of their wages or salary is made? This means that if you pay your employees on 1st of each month, you must ensure they physically receive their payslip on or before that date.  And you must...

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What Holiday Pay and Overtime Rulings Means For Employers

11th Dec 2014
Employee Benefits, Employment Law, Human ResourcesPayroll

New employers will have missed the publicity surrounding November’s Holiday Pay and Overtime Rulings by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT).  It was the latest instalment in a line of cases that have looked at what must be included in holiday pay under the UK’s Working Time Regulations (WTR). We look at the questions that remain unanswered following the judgement The EAT found that regular overtime, which employees are obliged to...

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Chancellor’s Autumn Statement – What Does It Mean For Employers?

5th Dec 2014
Employee Benefits, Human ResourcesPayroll

The Chancellor of the Exchequer pulled out a few surprises in his Autumn Statement however we thought that it would be useful to outline what some of this means for employers..... This newsletter is based on the documents released on 3 December 2014. It is possible that a different position will be shown by the draft legislation which will be published on 10 December 2014. We will keep you informed...

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