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Helping you respond to coronavirus
Carolyn Brown

17 April 2020

RSM’s people advisory services team can support you with the complex issues caused by coronavirus, from understanding the latest position, helping with documents and implementation to acting as a sounding board.

Working from home regulations
Carolyn Brown

27 March 2020

For many employees this will be their first time working from home on a full-time basis. Now the IT is up and running, and the novelty is starting to wear off, it would be advisable for employers to consider their obligations and how to practically interpret them during these unprecedented times.

UK payroll and employment taxes
Susan Ball

26 March 2020

Through the challenging times of coronavirus, we thought we’d cover the frequency asked questions covering payroll and employment related tax information for businesses here.

IR35 - The impact to the recruitment sector
David Williams-Richardson

24 March 2020

The Government has confirmed that it intends to reform the off-payroll working rules (commonly known as IR35) from 6 April 2021. This change will impact the estimated 20,000 recruitment agencies who provide off-payroll workers via intermediaries, such as personal service companies (PSCs), to medium and large businesses in the private sector and to the public sector.

IR35 changes workforce structuring strategy – wise up to employment legal rights too. It’s a joint gig!
Carolyn Brown

23 March 2020

For the purposes of the off-payroll working rules, one of the key questions is whether the engaged individual would (for tax or NICs purposes) have been an employee of the client if they had been working directly for it rather than engaged through an intermediary.

Coronavirus: Your people considerations
Carolyn Brown

12 March 2020

Your staff and employee health and safety concerns should be your first and foremost concern during the coronavirus crisis. But there are a number of questions organisations should have answers to during this time of uncertainty.

Comparing maternity pay rights to shared parental pay
Carolyn Brown

28 February 2020

Is it sex discriminatory to offer enhanced maternity pay to mothers on maternity leave, but only pay fathers on shared parental leave at the statutory rate for shared parental pay?

How to determine an individual’s employment tax status – and legal rights
Carolyn Brown

13 January 2020

HMRC guidance on determining an individual’s employment tax status includes key factors such as: personal service, mutuality of obligation and right of control. What impact will the Good Work Plan have on this?

Understanding the contractual relationship between individual and end user client – wise up to employment legal rights too. It’s a joint gig!
Carolyn Brown

13 January 2020

HMRC guidance on determining an individual’s employment tax status includes key factors such as: personal service, mutuality of obligation and right of control. What impact will the upcoming Good Work Plan have on this?

Samira Ahmed's Employment Tribunal victory highlights need for equal pay audits
Carolyn Brown

10 January 2020

Carolyn Brown, employment lawyer and RSM's head of client legal services, comments on Samira Ahmed's successful equal pay claim against the BBC.

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