23 July 2021
Despite a year of unprecedented pressure on the NHS, the sector has been able to adapt to demands. It now has a great opportunity to look forward and assess its people strategy to ensure it can continue to adapt. In addition to supporting our NHS clients by mitigating people risks through audit, our HR client services are enabling healthcare organisations to focus on priority areas such as culture, wellbeing, recruitment, and retention. Please read our article and discover if it is time to rethink how the NHS can attract and select staff.
23 March 2021
As we approach the end of the tax year, employers may be starting to think about preparing P11Ds for employees. As benefit in kind rules are complex, it is crucial that employers are compliant and, where appropriate, make use of payrolling opportunities.
08 March 2021
Now that the transition period has ended and the UK has formally left the European Union, it’s important that companies are aware of the impact on their people, and plan accordingly. From settled status for EU citizens, to recruit talent from Europe and right to work issues, there are a number of changes coming into effect that you will need to address in order to protect your workforce now and in the future.
12 January 2021
What should you be doing to make sure your CJRS claims are correct?
18 December 2020
Following HMRC’s recent extension of the coronavirus job retention scheme (CJRS), we discuss the key highlights including timescales, mistakes and furlough over the Christmas holidays.
04 November 2020
Construction companies have a host of human resource challenges. In this article we explain more about future proofing HR in construction industries.
18 July 2020
The coronavirus job retention scheme (CJRS) is due to run until 31 October 2020 to help support employers retain staff during the current pandemic by covering certain costs of putting them on furlough. On 12 June 2020, changes were announced to CJRS, with effect from 1 July 2020.
26 June 2020
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme claims process is pretty clear now. What’s less clear is how HMRC intends to audit these claims. In this article, we look at how employers can check that they’re compliant.