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  • Employment Reports - Flexible Employment Options
    This Special Report shows you how to recruit and manage staff in ways that afford you the greatest amount of flexibility whilst staying on the right side of the law. We go through all the options covering everything from how to draft job ads that won't fall foul of discrimination legislation to job descriptions, zero-hours contracts, job-sharing, fixed-term contracts, flexible job clauses and the most effective way to issue and enforce flexible policies and procedures.
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  • News - Processing personal data on a deal or no-deal Brexit
    With a no-deal Brexit becoming a real possibility, if you process employees’ personal data cross-border (or your business is part of an international group), it’s important to understand how your processing will be affected. What is the data processing position if there’s a deal and how does this differ if there’s no deal?
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  • Payroll Professional - Tax-free mobile phones?
    With the need to be in contact with employees 24/7, it’s becoming increasingly necessary to provide mobile phones, home landlines and Internet access. But what does HMRC have to say about this?
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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 - Labour market shake-up
    At the tail end of 2018 the government published its response to the Good Work plan - its vision for the future of the UK labour market. What changes could be afoot for payroll?
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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 - Universal Credit case highlights RTI confusion
    Universal Credit case highlights RTI confusion..The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has been forced by the High Court to review the Universal Credit awards of four single mothers, whose payday was brought forward causing earnings to “bunch up” so that they lost some of their benefit payment. Whilst the judgment said that the DWP already had the power to move earnings where this was appropriate, the case would never have come to court if the mothers’ employers had used the correct reporting date...
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  • Payroll Professional - What’s new with payslips?
    New legislation that comes into force in April 2019 will require additional detail to be shown on payslips. What does the recently issued Acas guidance say about the new requirements?
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  • Payroll Professional - RTI and transferring records
    One of the most fraught processes for agents and employers to undertake is when they need to transfer records from one PAYE scheme to another. What could go wrong and how can you prepare for it?
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