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Gender Pay Reports Being Published

Legislation now exists requiring certain employers to publish details of differences in pay and bonus levels between their male and...

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In honour of World Day for Safety and Health at Work we share three tips for staying on the right side of the law and out of harm’s way

1. Have a plan and put it in writing

Employers (and the self-employed) have a legal obligation to assess workplace health and safety risks...

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Pawternity Leave, Egg Freezing and Wedding Costs... just some of the benefits being offered to employees

Employers have been getting creative with the perks they offer to their employees. Some have introduced puppy parental leave, some are...

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High Heels Not Banned

Do you remember the news stories about Nicola Thorp, the temp receptionist who was sent home because she refused to wear shoes with a 2...

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An extra 100 hours worked by Londoners

According to the latest research, London workers put in about 2 hours more each week compared to those who work in the rest of the UK....

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Notice of termination - when does it take effect?

The recent case of Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Foundation v Haywood considered the important issue of when notice to terminate an employee's...

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Should every working week be 4 days?

With the long Easter weekend coming up, we have two 4 day working weeks to enjoy. In May, we will have two more, given the bank holidays. 

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Are you paying the new minimum wage?

As of 1 April 2017 the National Minimum Wage (NMW) for workers aged 25 or over is £7.50 an hour, an increase of 30p over last year’s...

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