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Illegal workers putting organisations at risk
Steve Sweetlove

01 August 2016

The Immigration Act 2016, increased the maximum penalty on conviction for knowingly employing illegal migrant workers from two to five years.

The Olympics: are your employees ready to bolt out the door?
Steve Sweetlove

01 August 2016

With the Rio Olympics almost upon us, employers should consider what effect the event may have on productivity and engagement levels across their workforce. But how should employers best deal with a possible increase in requests for time off and minimise workplace disruption during the Olympics?

E-cigarettes in the workplace
Steve Sweetlove

01 August 2016

Electronic cigarettes have become an increasingly popular tool for those who are trying to quit smoking. But many employers are confused about how to approach this issue as the use of e-cigarettes is likely to fall outside the scope of smoke-free legislation set out in the Health Act 2006.

Mind the gender pay gap
Steve Sweetlove

05 July 2016

The difference in pay between men and women has been a debate for some time.

Dress code - to wear or not to wear?
Steve Sweetlove

05 July 2016

Recent media speculation has brought the issue of workplace dress codeback into the spotlight and it continues to be a tricky area for employers to get right.

Modern slavery
Steve Sweetlove

05 July 2016

Could the Modern Slavery Act 2015 impact your organisation?

Voluntary overtime and holiday pay calculations
Steve Sweetlove

06 June 2016

Organisations are having to be increasingly aware of any changes now that voluntary overtime is one step closer to being included in holiday pay calculations

Be Home Office inspection ready
Steve Sweetlove

06 June 2016

If you sponsor employees from outside the EEA the Home Office has a duty to conduct annual inspections to ensure you are complying with your sponsorship licence.

The fit for work scheme will save you money
Steve Sweetlove

06 June 2016

Employee absence costs UK businesses on average upwards of £1,000 per employee per year and the government have initiated a scheme to help support you with this.

Brexit for employers, whats it all about?
Steve Sweetlove

03 June 2016

With a referendum over the UK’s European Union membership pending, employers should be aware of any potential employment changes.

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