The Home Office’s recent guidance on how to carry out right to work checks and the potential penalties for failing to do so properly, contains some important updates for employers. We’ve summarised the main ones to watch.Read more
In a run-down of what’s been hot in the press so far in 2017, we give you five lessons to learn from.
Employers, please take note and adjust your behaviour and dress codes accordingly.
August 2017 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new legal framework that applies to all organisations handling the data of EU citizens. It replaces the Data Protection Act 1998 and applies to all “personal data” held about customers and employees – though with a broader definition than that used in the DPA 1998. Under […]Read more
Could someone be selling your commercial property right now? Property fraud is on the rise. We explain what we do – and what you can do – to protect you.Read more
On Wednesday 26 July 2017, the Supreme Court found that fees in the Employment Tribunal & Employment Appeal Tribunal prevented access to justice and are unlawful. Fees have immediately ceased to be payable for claims in the ET and appeals to the EAT. All fees paid since the fee regime was introduced in 2013 are to be reimbursed.Read more
Sarah gives recruitment businesses some top tips to help you get paid your permanent recruitment fees.Read more
From 6th April 2017 private and voluntary sector employers with 250 or more employees will be required to publish Gender Pay Gap Information. Are you ready?Read more