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The Importance of a Social Media Policy

The TV presenter Alastair Stewart has recently been in the news following his decision to resign from his position following a quote on social media. Such issues involving social media and employment continue to be common. Social media platforms are used both inside and outside the workplace. This provides challenges for employers and place an […]

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Increases in the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage

On 31st December 2019 Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a substantial increase in both the National Living Wage (NLW) and National Minimum Wage (NMW). The increase in the NLW/NMW is substantial and equates to rise of 6.9% as from April 2020 in which some organisations may have not covered within their budget. More details on […]

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Employment in a Winter Wonderland

The winter season is now upon us and also presents an employer a variety of issues to manage. Such challenges include adverse weather, winter illness Adverse weather What issues do you need to consider? Employees are not automatically entitled to pay if unable to get to work because of poor weather. Have a clear policy – […]

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Ready for BREXIT?

Unless you have been living in total isolation you will be aware that the UK may be leaving the EU on 31st October 2019. This obviously has consequences for businesses if BREXIT does go ahead, and will be possibly the biggest issue our country has had to deal with since the second world war. The Government […]

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The Good Work Plan – Are you ready?

During December 2018 the Government announced a set of reforms which they intended to introduce as part of the Taylor Review. The Taylor Review being a review of modern working practices undertaken by Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Arts, and is also known as the Good Work Plan. A copy of […]

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