The ICO has published a statement recognising the unprecedented challenges everyone is ... View Article
1 April 2020
The Statutory Sick Pay (General) (Coronavirus Amendment) Regulations 2020 came into force ... View Article
31 March 2020
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Government Equalities Office and the Equality ... View Article
30 March 2020
The Department of Health has announced that people unable to work for ... View Article
27 March 2020
Speaking in the House of Commons on 17 March, Steve Barclay Chief Secretary to the Treasury announced that the Government is postponing the reform to the off payroll working rules for the private sector, known as IR35, from 6 April 2020 to 6 April 2021.
27 March 2020
The Act sets out proposed emergency legislative measures to address the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak. The legislation is time-limited for two years, but not all of the measures come into force immediately. Instead, many of the measures can be commenced from area to area and time to time, so as to ensure that the need to protect the public’s health can be aligned with the need to safeguard individuals’ rights. These measures can subsequently be suspended and then later reactivated, if circumstances permit.
26 March 2020
An increasing awareness of mental health issues is leading to higher rates of disability discrimination claims. With the rise in the growing awareness of mental health issues, and related claims, HR teams may need to educate line managers, and adapt workplace policies and practices accordingly.
15 March 2020
Government sets out details of new UK points-based immigration system coming into force from 1 January 2021
Message from the Home Office - ‘Employers not currently approved by the Home Office to be a sponsor should consider doing so now if they think they will want to sponsor skilled migrants, including from the EU, from early 2021’.
12 March 2020