Tuesday, June 19, 2018

HR News

Increase in National Minimum Wage

The government has accepted the independent Low Pay Commission's recommendations for this year's adult and youth National Minimum Wage rates.


Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill

The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill is being reheard in the House of Commons where MPs will debate amendments brought forward by the House of Lords.


The Tools for the Job


The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and the Health and Safety Executive have launched a free new tool for small and medium sized businesses.


Employees can't get no Satisfaction

Workplace stress

Employees in the UK are amongst the most dissatisfied with their jobs and work life balance compared to the rest of Europe.


PAYE Shakeup


Accountancy firm KPMG has revealed its concerns over the Government's plans to amend the way in which employers report PAYE information to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.


Pay Freeze Continues

Pay Freeze

The double dip recession has led to yet another year in which employees totalling about 7.9 million, that's one in ten people, have received a zero percent pay increase.


Financial Institutions Leading the Flexible Path

Flexible Working

Whilst perhaps not considered the best for customer service, a recent survey has revealed that if you are a working parent then a bank or other financial institution is the best place to be.


The Jury's out on Tribunal Reform

Kingsley Napley

The Government has been aiming to reduce the cost of the tribunal system as well as reduce the number of claims that reach the tribunal.


Still too much Red Tape?


YouGov have commissioned a survey, which revealed an alarming rate of people still think that employment legislation is 'over-engineered' and lacks flexibility.


Putting Away the Pennies


The Department of Work and Pensions has revealed that due to pension auto-enrolment, over half a million people will be saving for their futures by the end of 2012.


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