Today is World Day for Safety and Health at Work; this is a good time to reflect on your own health and safety system. Running your own business comes with a tonne of responsibility, including keeping your business safe and compliant with the law – at all times.
Being organised is one of the most effective skills a business can acquire to achieve success. We all think more clearly when we are organised, this translates into being in tune with our targets and in turn meeting them.
Mandatory Gender Pay Gap Reporting – Employers will more than 250 employees as at 5 April will have to begin reporting on their gender pay gap.
A University has been in the news for reportedly ‘banning’ the use of certain words
Ms Heywood was notified that she was at risk of redundancy. During the consultation process, the fact that she would be on annual leave was brought up.
Workers who earn commission should now not miss out when they take annual leave.
Do you remember the case of Samira Achbita? She was the Muslim employee of G4S, dismissed after insisting on wearing a headscarf to work.
Ms O’Brien was a teacher at the Academy. She took a short period of time off work after having been assaulted by a pupil.
A new tool launched by HMRC aims to help employers and individuals alike establish whether someone is, for tax purposes, employed or self-employed.
Recent statistics show that in the UK, one in four people are likely to experience a mental health issue at some point in their lifetime, with one in six people at any one time experiencing mental health issues. Add to this that mental ill-health costs employers an estimated £26 billion a year, an average £1,000 per employee per year, and you realise the importance of this issue.