With covid restrictions being dropped in 2022 and people heading back into work, we now must look forward and see how we can manage work and employees whilst still living with Covid.
Statutory pay rates are changing from April 2022. For full details, including changes to SSP and the change to vaccination status, please read on.
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin On Wednesday 8 December 2021, the Prime Minister announced ‘Plan B’ measures will be implemented in England. From Friday 10 December, face masks will become mandatory in most indoor venues, including theatres and cinemas. As of Monday, 13 December 2021, people are advised to work from […]
October HR update End of the Job Retention Scheme Furlough under the Job Retention scheme ended on 30 September 2021 and employees should now return to work. If you’re unable to accommodate an employee who has been on furlough on their standing terms and conditions (including hours, pay, job role etc) then it is risky […]
Remember Brexit? It was Top of the Pops before Covid came along and stole the show! Brexit has had an impact on how you recruit your staff. As an employer, you now have a legal duty to prevent illegal working and could be subjected to penalties where you do not do so. Employers can be […]
Each year, the National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates are reviewed and updated. The NMW applies to all workers with separate rates for apprentices and the National Living Wage (NLW) applies to workers aged 23 and over.
Businesses across the country are coming to terms with the implications of Brexit.
In the world of HR, the most important thing to come out of the 2021 Budget has to be the extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Many people, both employees and employers, want to do something to give back in the pandemic, but just don’t know what would be best.
The furlough initiative continues to cause concerns, with many people asking me how the latest updates have changed the scheme.