Contract variations, sickness absence review, time to train, 2011/12 coding notices, NICs toolkit, P60s, Blue Badges, cars for disabled employees.Friday, February 25th, 2011
When an employer makes a change to contractual terms and conditions, can an employee later argue that the changes does not apply? Yes – in the circumstances described in the recent Morgan v Network Europe Group case. But the situation can be prevented, as the EAT reveals.
An important Government announcement this week is that the “time to train” entitlement will not be extended to employers with fewer than 250 employees from April 2011.
A number of changes are being made to the Blue Badge scheme for disabled persons. Why is that of interest? Because a number of tax exemptions are available to employees who are Blue Badge holders or meet the special definition of “disabled”. Our Employer FAQ is a new article explaining the tax exemptions available for disabled employees with company cars.
The Payroll-Help Forum has been very busy of the past couple of weeks. Even if a question has been answered already, can you add your own experience? Two earlier questions are continuing to attract comments – can you join in? See Advance payouts and recoveries and overpayments.