Discrimination and Time Limits
25/11/2015

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Can an employment tribunal consider complaints of different types of discriminatory...

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Payroll errors – costing companies millions
25/11/2015

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 Research undertaken by PWC (Price Waterhouse Coopers) has found that payroll errors are costing most FTSE 100 companies between £10 and £30 million per year. Findings,...

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UK Climbs League Table Of Effective Tax Systems
25/11/2015

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  The latest World Bank Group and PWC Paying Taxes report shows that the UK has climbed to 15th place and is among the top three...

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How to prepare for next April’s pensions tax changes
25/11/2015

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  The end of the tax year might seem a while away, but for those with large pension pots or high earners there is little time...

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HMRC tax office closures could actually cost the taxpayer
25/11/2015

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 The recent announcement by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs that it is planning to save £100m by closing some 137 local office is going to...

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Collective redundancies – when must BIS be informed?
26/11/2015

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“The below article was written by Sean Illing (Associate at Lewis Silkin) and is available here” Another case has come to light in which an employer’s...

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Is it preparing for the end of Contracting-out or the beginning of contracting-in?
25/11/2015

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Are you an employer who currently offers a contracted-out pension scheme? If so, have you tested your software to ensure the transition of contracted-out to...

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The plain English guide to automatic enrolment
25/11/2015

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  An informal plain English guide has been provided by The Pensions Regulator for small and micro employers. The Pensions Regulator is now engaging with employers who...

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Auto-enrolment fraud investigation leads to arrests
17/11/2015

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    Allegations of fraud relating to auto-enrolment and the underpayment of workers has led to several arrests as part of an ongoing investigation. Police forces in Derbyshire...

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HMRC withholds data on pension freedoms fines
17/11/2015

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  HMRC is refusing to say how many people have broken new pensions reporting rules or how much it has collected in fines. A Freedom of Information...

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Sharing parental leave – City women see barriers
17/11/2015

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 A study has found that almost two-thirds of women who work in the City would be attracted to shared parental leave, however 94 percent of...

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Company car users can now update their details online
17/11/2015

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  Company car users can now update their details online by simply using the Check or update your company car tax service. What this means for...

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TUPE: Change in Identity of Employer
17/11/2015

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   Thanks to Ed McFarlane of Deminos HR for preparing this case summary Is there a transfer of an undertaking when an employee changes from being...

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Modern Slavery statutory guidance
17/11/2015

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Certain organisations are now bound to develop an annual statement under The Modern Slavery Act 2015, within that statement the organisations must detail the steps...

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Discrimination in recruitment to be addressed blind applications
17/11/2015

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 It has been announced by the government that the public and private sector who have a combined responsibility of employing 1.8 million people within the...

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Real Time Information internet submissions
17/11/2015

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 Version 2-1 of the RIM Artefacts for 2016/17 has been added to the real time information technical specifications for payroll software developers on GOV.UK. Updates include: The...

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Criticism after staff in under-fire HMRC pause to play with puppies
17/11/2015

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    In a bid to reduce stress levels in staff at the HMRC offices in Edinburgh that is under-fire a session of playing with puppies was...

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Statutory Paternity Pay – SPP1 form
17/11/2015

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   HMRC has published a new version of the form SPP1, used to tell employees why they are not entitled to Statutory Paternity Pay. Access the...

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