The duty to make reasonable adjustments can tie employers up in knots. What is reasonable in one case won’t necessarily be reasonable in another. It really comes down to how far the employer should go to combat the disadvantage that the employee has been put to at work because of their disability.
THSP Risk Management have been crowned the winners of the Excellence in Customer Service Award in the eastern region heats of the Chamber Business Awards 2016. This means that THSP have now been put forward to the National Chamber Business Awards 2016 on 24th November.
Asbestos has been and will remain a hot topic in the construction and building industry for a long time and rightly so – it causes around 5,000 deaths a year.
Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) deductions need to be reported through your Payroll RTI prior to every payday, along with your regular payroll information.
Contracts of apprenticeship are governed by common law principles, generally for a fixed term, and cannot be terminated early except for in cases of extreme misconduct.
An apprenticeship contract cannot be terminated because of redundancy unless the employer’s business closes or fundamentally changes its character.
Following on from a two year investigation HMRC has uncovered a £6.9 million tax fraud centred on the construction industry.
Taking a positive approach to your health and safety will have a positive effect across your business!
Since the new sentencing guidelines were introduced in February 2016 construction companies have been fined in excess of £8 million for safety offences.
Behavioural Based Safety (BBS) is a process that creates a safety partnership between management and employees or contractors.