Increases to Voluntary Pay Rate
The Living Wage Foundation recently set out new rules to increase the Voluntary Pay Rate by 20p equalling a 3.7% pay rise. We take a more detailed look into what this means for employers.
Workers vs self-employed - are your workers correctly classified?
We take a look at the latest ruling against Uber which said that their taxi drivers\\\\\\\' employment status should be changed to worker status from self employed. How could this ruling affect other organisations in the gig economy.
HR Round Up October 2016
We have put together a short overview of what is going on in the world of HR and what you need to be aware of.
Tattoos and piercings – is your SME losing out on talent because of appearance?
Recently there have been many articles written about employers missing out on talent due to prejudices against tattoos and body piercings.
Social media in the workplace : what are the benefits and pitfalls?
Social media is an increasingly more relied upon business tool for organisations. But with the reliance and focus given mainly to employees within organisations to oversee these channels what legal and reputational implications does this have for the business when it goes wrong?
October employment law update 2016
With the latest changes to employment law expected imminently, we take a look at what those changes are and how they will affect your business and employees.
Struggling with employee absence?
There could be a number of reasons why your employees might be absent from work including stress. Or is your organisation on the opposite end of the spectrum and suffering from presenteeism?
The National Living Wage – what has it meant for your business?
Aisha Oakley takes a look at how the National Living Wage has impacted business so far since its introduction in April.