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Blog: Employment Law

Could you be paying the price for incorrect payroll?

A reminder for payroll cut-off pops up in your calendar. How does it make you feel? If you have someone in place to manage PAYE for your business, you might dismiss it without a second thought. But, if you are managing payroll yourself, it could be a...

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Uber’s appeal regarding drivers’ rights

The long running case of two self-employed drivers challenging Uber on their employment status moves to the Court of Appeal this week and has the hallmarks of a ‘David and Goliath’ case. However, the outcome of this case has far wider implication...

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Why we think the ‘Worker’ status should be abolished

The revolution that has been happening over the last ten years has transformed the way we live. Mobile phones have gone from merely calling and texting devices to windows on the whole world. We can check emails, grab an Uber and post a pictur...

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A date with new HR data laws

Responsible for the HR administration in your business? You’ve got a lot on your shoulders. Keeping track of HR data and ensuring its usable is a big challenge. Believe us, it only gets bigger the more your business grows! But forget how you us...

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Self-employed? Worker? It’s Uber confusing!

It’s a can of worms being opened by more and more working in ‘on demand’ industries which host the likes of Uber, Deliveroo and the odd-job app ‘Handy’. Uber as an example call their drivers ‘Partners’, they’re described as self-em...

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Britain votes to Leave

Britain has voted to leave the European Union.  You are likely to have many questions about how the result of this referendum could affect you and your staff members.  A lot of the UK’s current Employment Law comes from the EU, however...

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EU Referendum etiquette in the workplace

EU referendum etiquette in the workplace The EU referendum question has inevitably raised debate about the impact on the economy, business and the future of employment, whether the UK remains in or votes out on Thursday. Brexiters and Bremainers h...

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Put your foot down on dodgy dress codes

A builder must wear a hard hat and kitchen staff need to wear hair nets in the name of health and safety. Carers, cabin crew and waitresses usually have to wear a uniform for identification; but for what logical reason should women be require...

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