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Terri Bethel, lead technical material author at the CIPP, asks what employers must include in their calculation when implementing the new National Living Wage.

Since October 2012, employers have had to assess their workforce and enrol eligible jobholders into a qualifying workplace pension as part of the automatic enrolment (AE) duties.


The summer of 2015 will not be remembered for its sunshine but it will certainly be remembered by the CIPP as one of the busiest for government consultation publications, says Diana Bruce.


The government are continuing their commitment to making sure employees in the UK receive a fair pay deal, and the national minimum wage (NMW) sets a level below which pay cannot fall.


The CIPP’s policy team has been undertaking research each year since 2008 with the aim of understanding the long term trends affecting employee payslips, writes Diana Bruce, the CIPP’s senior p

Support for education and student finance is high on the government’s agenda and as such there are continual changes undergoing review or consultation:


It is probably common knowledge by now that, come April 2016, the regulations that implement the Scottish rate of income tax (SRIT) will come into force, says Diana Bruce of the CIPP. 


While it was first announced at Budget 2013, the early detail of tax-free childcare (TFC) was first revealed by way of the consultation paper Delivering Tax-Free Childcare: consultation on desi


Ancient philosopher Lao Tzu must have predicted the phased delivery of auto enrolment when he wrote “Do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things while they are small.


It was announced in the 2013 Autumn Statement that from April 2015 there would be no employer National Insurance Contributions (NICs