07 August 2019
Summer’s here, and along with enjoying the sunshine businesses around the UK often offer internships or work experience to students. But how should they be treated? Do they need to be paid?
12 June 2019
We have seen HMRC focus its attention on a range of sectors to enforce compliance with national minimum wage (NMW) regulations. The recruitment sector has come under the spotlight, with the recent case of Staffline, the recruitment and training group, who had a historical breach of NMW.
08 March 2019
The recent ASDA equal pay decision shines a spotlight on the significant liabilities employers could be unknowingly storing up for the future. We explore why this might be the case.
05 March 2019
An employment law update including The Good Work Plan, casual worker guidelines, holiday pay guidance, new legislation for the handling of staff tips, a worker exploitation consultation, and updates on the National Minimum Wage and the status of Uber drivers.
22 February 2019
With employment tribunal claims on the increase and state enforcement of holiday pay on the horizon, we look at how employers often get it wrong and why that can be an expensive mistake.
18 January 2019
What are the key National Minimum Wage issues you need to be aware of in 2019? Our article reminds you of the rates and highlights some of the problem areas for employers paying on or near the National Minimum Wage.
04 January 2019
A tax technicality connected to a Christmas savings scheme may result in supermarket Iceland breaching National Minimum Wage regulations. Our article explores the implications of this and other corporate activities which may result in inadvertent breaches of this complex legislation.
14 December 2018
As 2018 ends, we take a look some of the key issues employers will be facing in 2019.
05 December 2018
We offer services in a wide range of employment disputes. Some employment claims must be brought in the Employment Tribunal whilst others are dealt with through the courts.
30 November 2018
Another victory for gig-economy workers whilst government hints at radical changes to worker rights. What does this mean for your organisation?