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The Hybrid working revolution – do employment contracts now need to change
Carolyn Brown

29 July 2021

With the Government-mandated working from home guidance ending, many employers have seen an increase in hybrid working requests. Do you need to change your employment contracts?

Hybrid working – the employment tax considerations
David Williams-Richardson

29 July 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated a move towards hybrid working. Therefore important that employers determine their policy across all affected areas of the business. Here we cover the employment tax considerations.

Who do employment businesses employ under a contract of service and why does this matter
Carolyn Brown

30 June 2021

Who do employment businesses employ under a contract of service?

Act now on Covid support errors: HMRC steps up compliance activity
Carolyn Brown

29 June 2021

The government has so far paid out around £80 billion in Coronavirus support to millions of people across the UK. HMRC has written to more than 60,000 SEISS (Self-employment Income Support Scheme) and CJRS (Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme) customers to ask them to check they have claimed correctly or whether, as initial checks suggest, they may have claimed too much.

Hybrid working - a collective consideration
David Williams-Richardson

21 June 2021

As employers start to formulate their new policies for hybrid working, it is important to consider the implications from a collective tax, legal and HR perspective. We would urge employers to consider all these factors together before finalising new policies.

Employment tax: year end compliance 2020/21 – A year like no other
David Williams-Richardson

21 May 2021

Following the recently published Finance (No.2) Bill 2019-21, we explore ‘Deemed dual inclusion income’ as a welcome change towards the existing corporation tax hybrid mismatch rules.

Off-payroll working – what is the impact of the small companies accounting regime?
Carolyn Brown

04 May 2021

The legislative changes for off-payroll workers in the private sector will not apply to client end users who are small companies. For those, the current legalisation in Chapter 8 of ITEPA 2003 remains applicable. The size of the company (and in the case of a parent company, the size of the group headed by it) in terms of its turnover, balance sheet total and average number of employees determines whether it is classed as small.

Professional harm through adverse personal employment claims
Carolyn Brown

04 May 2021

Employment Tribunals publish their judgments online. They include a full narrative of the dispute. Last year, a lawyer damaged his professional reputation due to a Regulator’s rebuke after an Employment Tribunal found he had unfairly dismissed and discriminated against his nanny.

Do you know how long your workers are working?
Carolyn Brown

04 May 2021

The UK Working Time Regulations 1998 are measures to improve the safety and health of workers at work. In this article we cover the importance of why employers need to accurately record working time.

Directors paying for corporate statutory breaches
Carolyn Brown

04 May 2021

Personal liability for directors who induce corporate statutory breaches of their workers’ rights in bad faith.

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