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  • Latest HR News January 2020: Parental Bereavement Leave to Veganism

    Latest HR News January 2020 From Parental Bereavement Leave to Veganism

    Latest HR News – January 2020 Changes to National Living Wage, National Minimum Wages and Statutory Rates (April 2020) The national living wage for workers aged 25 and over will be £8.72 p/hr, the NMW for 21-24 year olds will be £8.20; for 18 to 20 year olds £6.45; for 16-17 year olds to £4.55 and the apprenticeship rate £4.15. In comparison, the Living Wage Foundation have set the real living wage at £9.30. Statutory maternity,…

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  • HR News: Brexit, Holiday Pay and Mental Health

    HR News - Brexit, Holiday Pay, Mental Health

    Brexit and UK Employment Law Brexit uncertainties are now set to continue beyond October, but government ministers have denied that UK employment rights will be eroded or diluted after Brexit, despite recent rumours suggesting the UK is planning to reduce its regulatory standards. In the meantime, employers are being encouraged to support their EU employees and check they have up-to-date information regarding settled status. It is still expected…

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  • Small Business News: Brexit | IR35 | Maternity | Mental Health

    Small Business News: Brexit | IR35 | Maternity | Mental Health

    Brexit and UK Employment Law All current employment legislation will still apply post Brexit. The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 ensures that all direct EU-derived legislation in operation in the UK prior to the date of exit will remain in place following that date. When free-movement of labour ends, the government proposes to install a skills-based immigration policy to ensure employers can access skills that add most value to the UK…

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  • Employment News for Busy Managers

    Zero Hour Contracts, Holiday Pay, Caste Discrimination and Gender Pay Reporting

    A one page summary of employment news for busy managers Brexit and Employment The scheme to protect EU citizens’ right to remain in the UK, once freedom of movement ends following Brexit, is now fully open for applications after its initial pilot period. EU citizens who have already been in the UK for five years may apply for settled status, while those who have been here for under five years can apply for pre-settled status. Kay’s comment:…

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  • National Living Wage, Statutory Rate Freeze, Holiday Pay

    EMPLOYMENT HELP FOR THE VERY BUSY  Welcome to my first news update of 2016. Yes, more legislation, but I’m here to help, so please be reassured that I’ll be doing all I can to interpret and translate what is most relevant to you and your business! National Living Wage (April 2016) The new National Living Wage comes into force this April, replacing the minimum wage for over-25s, starting at £7.20 and rising to £9 an hour by 2020. To help…

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  • Zero Hour Contracts, Holiday Pay, Caste Discrimination and Gender Pay Reporting

    Zero Hour Contracts, Holiday Pay, Caste Discrimination and Gender Pay Reporting

    The latest news about Zero Hour Contracts, Holiday Pay, Caste Discrimination and Gender Pay Reporting, plus useful guidance and links.

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  • Flexible Working, Living Wage and Holiday Pay

    For a quarterly round-up of the latest employment law changes, new rulings and what they mean for small and micro businesses in and around Shropshire, please read on.

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