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HMRC showing renewed interest in the salaried members rules
Mark Waddilove

23 May 2018

Have you recently received a letter from HMRC in relation to the salaried member legislation? These letters have been sent to remind LLPs and their members that they must operate PAYE on the partners’ remuneration if they fall within the anti-avoidance legislation.

GDPR – it’s the final countdown!

18 May 2018

With less than a week until GDPR is upon us, here are some key steps that HR needs to take now towards its GDPR compliance in relation to workforce data.

TMT sector tops diversity stakes
Kerri Constable

17 May 2018

Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) companies consider their workforce the most diverse in terms of ethnicity and education, according to the latest YouGov survey, commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

HR outsourcing in the recruitment sector
Kerri Constable

16 May 2018

The recruitment sector is a provider of HR outsourcing services but should recruiters consider partnering or fully outsourcing their HR function?

First Gender Pay Gap investigations to start in June
Kerri Constable

25 April 2018

Correspondence published today by the Treasury Select Committee suggests that the first investigations into non-compliance with the Gender Pay Gap reporting obligations could start as early as June this year.

GDPR and Morrisons – what can other organisations learn from this?

18 April 2018

In 2014 Morrisons supermarket suffered a serious data breach, when the payroll data of nearly 100,000 employees were posted online. In this article we look at some of the practical ways an organisation can protect themselves from an HR perspective with GDPR in mind.

Termination payments rules are changing - what does this mean for HR?

22 March 2018

Here are some practical considerations your HR team should think about with regards to employment contracts and termination payments.

A snow bomb, employee absence and the question of pay
Kerri Constable

The recent adverse weather conditions have highlighted to many employers the difficulties some their workers had getting into work. This has prompted a number of questions from managers and business owners about whether workers who do not attend are entitled to receive pay.

HR audits create more effective and efficient working practices

16 February 2018

Work and employment law is an ever changing area, therefore it is important that policies and procedures keep up with new legislation and regulations. Read more to find out how HR audits can help create more effective working practices.

ONS report should help companies seeking to close gender pay gap
Kerri Constable

17 January 2018

Kerri Constable, senior HR consultant at RSM UK comments on today’s Office of National Statistics report entitled Understanding the gender pay gap in the UK.

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