HMRC have recently published the Finance Bill 2019/20 which introduces new off-payroll rules which are set to come into force on 6th April 2020. The changes include an extension of the current IR35 rules which at present apply only to the public sector, into the private sector.
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Confidentiality in employment contracts: government looks at reform of law on non-disclosure agreements
Following a spate of scandals the Westminster government has issued a consultation document seeking views on new measures to prevent the misuse of non-disclosure agreements with workplace harassment or discrimination. What could this mean for employers and employment contracts?
How can employers deal with another Beast from the East? New Fair Work Charter for Severe Weather published
The Fair Work Charter for Severe Weather is worthwhile assessing against any policy employers have in place in relation to Severe Weather disruption.
A new report from the Ministry of Justice shows that the average award for disability discrimination cases has been in excess of £30,000.
If a business removes a benefit soon after a TUPE transfer, can that be lawful? A recent courst decision is a very useful illustration that as restrictive as the TUPE regulations are, context and circumstance is everything.