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Hannah Gibson-Patel

Senior HR Consultant

Hannah is a client focussed HR specialist with over 15 years’ experience in HR Consulting and Outsourcing, including HR strategy, policy, compliance, change management and employee engagement. Hannah has a particular focus on Charities and the Education sector.

Will EU nationals be able to live and work in the UK after Brexit?
Caroline Wood

18 July 2018

The government and the EU offered some long-awaited clarification on whether EU nationals will be able to continue to live and work in the UK after Brexit. Find out the details of the proposals and the next steps your business should think about.

National Minimum Wage: are you being compliant?

10 October 2017

Here we explore how employers might be in breach of National Minimum Wage compliance and what you should do if you have made a mistake.

Monitoring employee emails – is it ok or not?

10 October 2017

Some news headlines have suggested that it is now unlawful to 'snoop' on employees whilst at work. Here we explain why a certain level monitoring is acceptable if the correct steps are taken by employers beforehand.

Are you handling the PAYE contributions correctly for termination payments?

10 October 2017

As HMRC can recover unpaid contributions and penalties from the employer, it is imperative that the termination payments are taxed correctly. Here we show what you need to know about the taxation of payments.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – employee record keeping and beyond

10 October 2017

Here we explore how the General Data Protect Regulation (GDPR) will affect employers from a HR perspective; to ensure employers are ready for the new requirements in respect of their employee data and beyond.

General Data Protection Regulation - what payroll managers need to know

08 September 2017

Find out how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply to processing internal personal data and how it will affect ‘the right to be forgotten’.

Spotlight on tax relief and employee pension contributions

08 September 2017

As there is growing confusion about method of giving tax relief via payroll on employee pension contributions, here we show how to mitigate unexpected liabilities.

Zero hours contracts: unfair and uncertain or great for flexibility?

17 August 2017

The use of zero hours contracts has certainly attracted press coverage recently, with high profile organisations being named as prolific users and a call within the Labour manifesto for them to be banned. We look at some recent cases involving zero hours’ and how the Government are taking steps to reduce the ambiguity surrounding the use of these contracts.

Clarity on indirect discrimination law means businesses may need to review neutral workplace practices
Carolyn Brown

18 May 2017

Equal treatment at work is currently receiving a great deal of press attention. The countdown for employers to publish their gender pay reports has begun.