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  • Payroll Professional - Gender pay gap report published
    Gender pay gap report published..The Government Equalities Office has published a report on research which was conducted shortly after the deadline for employers to publish their first set of gender pay gap (GPG) data. Most employers had provided a voluntary commentary to support their figures, either to promote the good news they had uncovered or what they were doing about a poor GPG result. A third of employers had found the compilation of the figures very time consuming and wanted more guidance in the future...
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  • Payroll Professional - Right to work checks go digital
    The Home Office has made some changes to the requirement to hold paper copies of documents needed to prove an individual’s right to work in the UK. What is the modification?
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  • Payroll Professional - When time off is the law
    You know that employees are entitled to take a statutory amount of holiday each year, but there are many other reasons they can legally take time off work. What are the detailed rules you need to get to grips with?
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  • Payroll Professional - Pregnancy discrimination consultation
    Pregnancy discrimination consultation..The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has published a consultation on extending discrimination protection to those returning from family-related leave. Currently, while somebody is pregnant or on maternity leave, they are legally protected from any discrimination related to their pregnancy and have the right to first refusal for any jobs in a redundancy situation, even if they are not the best candidate. It is now consulting on extending this protection...
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  • Payroll Professional - Pension pitfalls
    The Chancellor didn’t mention the word pension once in his latest Budget speech, perhaps because he’s as confused as employers are by the complexities of this subject. What do you need to know?
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  • Payroll Professional - Goodbye childcare vouchers, hello TFC
    Since 4 October 2018 no employees can start to receive tax-exempt childcare support from you as their employer. Tax-Free Childcare (TFC) has replaced the old regime; what do you need to know about it?
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  • Payroll Professional - No longer a one size fits all PSA
    No longer a one size fits all PSA..Many employers have received their PAYE settlement agreements (PSAs) for 2018/19. It’s important to remember that since the divergence of Scottish tax bands from April 2017, and the much more complex five rates and bands from April 2018, the PSA is no longer straightforward. You need to be able to identify the cost of benefits in kind provided to Scottish taxpayers, as some of the tax paid under the PSA will be paid directly to the Scottish government. This may require a...
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  • Payroll Professional - Settled status
    The government has published a toolkit for employers of EU nationals who want to apply to stay in the UK post-Brexit. What do you need to know and what can you do to support an employee’s application?
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  • Payroll Professional - Non-executive directors - payroll or self-employed?
    HMRC has been cracking down on companies which engage the services of their non-executive directors (NEDs) on a self-employed basis. What do you need to do to avoid enforcement action?
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  • Payroll Professional - Just passing through or a need to tax them?
    Increasingly, UK businesses have a worldwide footprint which means visitors will come and go for training, meetings and placements etc. But in your role operating payroll, can they just be ignored for tax purposes?
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