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Caring for the carers: 5 tips for employers to support employees who have caring responsibilities
As more and more people have to juggle work and caring responsibilities, there are potentially serious implications for businesses. As this is increases, so does the need for employee support. Here are 5 top tips for supporting employees with caring responsibilities.
Off-payroll working in the private sector: A public consultation
The HMRC consultation paper published on 5 March 2019 proposed that any business with 50 or more employees will, from April 2020, be subject to the same rules regarding off-payroll working as currently apply in the public sector.
The Good Work Plan: New worker rights announced by the Government
Last month the Government published the 'Good Work Plan' which proposes the introduction of many new rights for workers in addition to providing more clarity in relation to existing rights. Here we look at the steps employers should take to ensure compliance with the new requirements.
Mock disciplinary hearing November/December 2019
In November and December 2019, the HRXchange training workshop will be built around a 'live' disciplinary hearing case study. The mock disciplinary hearing will demonstrate what can be expected at each stage of the hearing.
Top 10 employer mistakes when paying National Minimum Wage
All employers are under an obligation to ensure that their workers are paid at least the national minimum wage or national living wage. The latest HMRC Bulletin highlights the most common mistakes that are found to be behind underpayments.
On-demand training: A practical guide to termination of the employment relationship
A practical guide to the legal concepts underpinning the termination of the employment relationship.
HRXchange: Managing employee absence
In the latest HRXchange webinar, we provide attendees with the legal and practical knowledge to manage long-term employee absence in a proactive, fair and efficient manner.
The legalities of flexible working
Flexible working is increasingly commonplace and most employers will have had experience of employees whose working pattern is atypical, or of employees who have made a request to change their working pattern which they may not have been prepared for, or able to agree to.
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