HR Newsletter #114 December 2017
Employment update covering guidance for employers in the wake of the recent high profile sexual harassment cases and also on changes to NMW planned for 2018
HR Newsletter #111 October 2017 (Gender Pay Reports and Responding to SAR Requests)
Employer Guidance on the calculations required under Gender Pay Gap Reporting requirements and responding to SARs under new data protection regulations that come into force in 2018.
HR Newsletter #109 August 2017 (Pay Forecasts)
Newsletter focusing on the latest Report from the CIPD detailing pay trends and forecasts across the public, private and voluntary sectors
HR Newsletter #105 June 2017
HR issues and employment update focusing on Religious festivals and holydays, pay forecasts, E-cigarettes and recent ET decisions on pay deductions.
HR Newsletter #99 Jan 2017 (Gender Pay Gap Reporting)
An Employment Update providing an overview of the implications of the Gender Pay Gap Reporting provisions due to come into force in April 2017
HR Newsletter #98 Jan 2017 (NMW Non-Payment)
Each year the HMRC publishes excuses companies make for non-payment of NMW to their staff. The best of them made their Annual “Top 10” for 2016.
HR Newsletter #96 Nov 2016 (Shared Parental Leave and Direct Sex Discrimination)
A Scottish Employment Tribunal provides clarification on the discriminatory nature of differential shared parental leave payments between men and women
HR Newsletter #95 Nov 2016 (The Gig Economy)
An update on the implications for the recent Uber drivers judgement on their employment status highlighting possible pitfalls of the Gig Economy.
HR Newsletter #90 Sept 2016 (Tax position for PILON)
There are changes planned in respect of the tax position for PILON (pay in lieu of notice). This Newsletter explains these changes and their likely impact.
HR Newsletter #79 Feb 2016 (Pay Rise Trends)
Employment Update: Pay Rise Trends What are the expected pay increases in 2016 likely to be? Answer: in the range of 1.2% – 2% Personnel Today’s analysis of the first pay awards to be given in 2016 show the median payment so far this year is 2% – the same level of wage increase that […]