Statutory Sick Pay – what are the rules? Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) is paid for up to 28 weeks but if there is a gap of more than 8 weeks between periods of sickness the clock is re-set and there is a fresh entitlement to 28 weeks. SSP has some complex rules, but the key facts…Details
UK Employment Rights – No Deal Brexit As we head for the 31st October without a secured deal for Brexit, hopefully the following practical steps will be useful for what employers can do now to prepare. The Settlement Scheme for those EU citizens in the UK on Brexit The Scheme opened fully on 29 March…Details
Calculation of Holiday Pay for ‘Part-Year Workers’ There has been much media coverage about the recent Court of Appeal judgment in Brazel v The Harpur Trust suggesting that ‘part-year workers’ are entitled to proportionately higher holiday pay than other workers. In this article we explain why this should be and what it means for…Details
Taxation of termination payments – what’s happening? In such a complicated area, we set out the basic points taking into account the changes to National Insurance that are on their way. PILONS: Since April 2018, the amount of basic pay that an employee would have received if they had worked their notice in full, is…Details
National Minimum Wage – facing an HMRC investigation or just want to be sure you are doing the right thing? We can help!
National Minimum Wage – facing an HMRC investigation or just want to be sure you are doing the right thing? We can help! We recently helped a client (a Field Sales Agency) successfully argue against an HMRC finding that they were not paying the NMW. NMW may be a simple concept but its calculation is…Details