The employment appeal tribunal (EAT) has made judgement that it was not discriminatory that a childcare voucher scheme, provided to employees by way of salary sacrifice, was suspended when an e
Every April we see a number of new employment laws released or changes published.
Terri Bethel, lead technical material author at the CIPP, asks what employers must include in their calculation when implementing the new National Living Wage.
Every April and October we usually see a number of new employment laws released or changes published.
Workers have won an important case at the Employment Appeal Tribunal that overtime should count when calculating holiday pay.
Primarily the 2014 Act does not appear to change the rules, or the conditions to be met by employers who wish to employ someone from outside the UK, explains Karen
From 1 October 2014 fathers and partners are entitled to take time off to attend ante natal appointments if they are in a “qualifying relationship” with a pregnant woman.
Although we have seen a fair amount of change during the year there are a couple of matters left to be dealt with which happen today.