The current National Minimum Wage rate was set in place on the 1st of October 2015 and will be updated again on the 1st of October 2016.
Employers can not only receive hefty fines for hiring illegal employees but can also face criminal prosecution. The maximum fine for hiring illegal employees has increased over time from £10,000 to £20,000 in May 2014
The weeks leading up to the Brexit vote saw the news and media cycle jolt into hyper-drive, with both sides pumping out an endless stream of the most striking headlines.
While the effects are unlikely to happen overnight, issues surrounding data protection, labour regulation and immigration – as well as the wider effects on the economy and workers’ rights.
In this article we are going to explain what the P46 form is, what it was effectively replaced by in 2013 and how due to some recent significant changes it will finally meet its complete demise.
In this article we are going to succinctly explain what the soon to be introduced apprenticeship levy is, the companies it applies to and the impact this new system will have on all companies in the UK more broadly.
We are going succinctly outline the auto enrolment thresholds for this tax year and the coming tax year as well as outline the auto enrolment staging dates.
It was announced in the recent budget by Chancellor George Osborne that the employment allowance will be raised to £3,000 from the current £2,000.
Enrolling into a pension was usually something only seriously considered by the older workforce, as younger people often had the view that they didn’t really need to think about it yet.
If you are a man expecting the birth of your child, you may be entitled to statutory paternity leave. It is not an option for everyone though, as you must meet certain criteria.