Changes to holiday pay reference period – 6 April 2020
As of 6 April 2020 the rules on how an employer calculates holiday pay changed to a 52 week period (referred to as the holiday pay reference period). Please CLICK HERE for the Government guidelines on calculating holiday pay for workers without fixed hours or pay.Click here to view full article >>
Your employment rights as an agency worker – 6 April 2020
As of 6 April 2020 there have been changes made to agency worker employment rights. To find out what these changes are CLICK HERE to access the ACAS guidance.Click here to view full article >>
Written Terms – 6 April 2020
The law has changed regarding when someone must get their written terms of employment. As of 6 April 2020, an employer must give written terms (a ‘written statement of employment particulars’) explaining pay, working hours and other rights and responsibilities, to both employees and workers. CLICK HERE to read the ACAS guidance published on their website.Click here to view full article >>
Statutory Parental Bereavement Pay and Leave – 6 April 2020
New rules were put in place from 6 April 2020 for Parental Bereavement Leave and Statutory Parental Bereavement Pay. To read the Government’s employer guide CLICK HERE.Click here to view full article >>
New national minimum wage/living wage rate April 2020
The hourly rate for the minimum wage depends on your age and whether you’re an apprentice. Make sure you are up-to-date with the changes, to see the new rates CLICK HERE.Click here to view full article >>
In this ever changing situation, we will keep you updated with the guidance being issued by Government.
Please click link here to access the Government website for the latest information, updates are being issued by the Government daily and often a number of times a day. You can sign up to alerts directly from Gov.uk website.
If we can be of service with employment matters during this difficult time, please contact us.Click here to view full article >>
Don’t make your employees ask for flexible working
Only one in five line managers has offered flexible work at a formal review new research reveals.
To read the full article written by Emma Stewart of People Management published on 19 November 2019 Click Here.Click here to view full article >>
Employers should no longer see 65 as ‘old’ says official report
A report from the ONS (Office for National Statistics) has said that 65 years of age the marker for old age is an outdated notion.
To read the full article about the report by Jessica Brown of People Management dated 19.11.19 Click Here.Click here to view full article >>
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