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Questions for HMRC to answer following Mencap's successful appeal against sleep-in back pay
Kevin Barwick

13 July 2018

Employers in the care sector will be relieved by the Court of Appeal’s decision that staff required to sleep-in are not entitled to be paid National Minimum Wage for the time spent sleeping.

Infrastructure action plan – but do we have the capability to deliver it?
Alistair Hynd

11 July 2018

The National Infrastructure Commission today published the first National Infrastructure Assessment which sets out a plan of action for the UK’s infrastructure over the next 30 years, ranging from transport, energy, water to digital technologies, waste and funding – urging the UK to take decisive action.

Multi-generational workforce welcomed but with increased risk of conflict say employers
David Gibbens

09 July 2018

Employers value the differing skillsets and knowledge that a multi-generational workforce can bring, but many worry that with this comes the increased potential for conflict in the workplace, a new survey has found.

UK manufacturers clearly need clarity to be Brexit ready
Mike Thornton

09 July 2018

The impact of input price increases; ongoing supply-chain disruption; and uncertainty surrounding Brexit is starting to hit the manufacturing sector, as this month’s Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) figures show no growth.

IPA annual report shows slowdown in major government projects
Andy Murray

05 July 2018

New figures published by the Infrastructure and Projects Authority reveals a slowdown in the number of new major government projects over the last 12 months.

RSM advises on Yellow Cake IPO
Paul Watts

05 July 2018

RSM’s capital markets team has advised on the IPO of uranium investment company Yellow Cake plc, which was admitted to trading on AIM today (5 July 2018). The IPO raises around £151m from institutional and professional investors and values the company at approximately £152.4m on admission.

RSM unveils transactional team in Belfast
Richard Gardiner

04 July 2018

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has unveiled a full service transactional team – bringing together restructuring, M&A and financial due diligence expertise in Belfast.

RSM partner named chair of Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership
Kevin Harris

02 July 2018

Kevin Harris, RSM's office managing partner in Leicester, has been appointed Chairman of the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP).

Construction sector most optimistic about Brexit impact, survey finds
Kelly Boorman

29 June 2018

Middle market construction businesses are the most upbeat about the impact of Brexit on their business and the UK economy, according to the latest YouGov survey commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

RSM advises on Knights IPO
Diane Craig

29 June 2018

RSM’s capital markets team has advised on the IPO of legal and professional services firm Knights Group Holdings plc which was admitted to trading on AIM today (29 June 2018).

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