Member Since: 16th Jun 2006
6th Aug 2020
Is there any guidance on when an employer makes less than 20 redundancies in one month and then another amount a month or two later and this would take the total to over 20? e.g. 15 redundant in June and 15 redundant in August
Does a cumulative gross come into play
13th Mar 2020
The legislation gives a rolling window of start of incapacity of 54 days(?? needs checking/verifying) so the cumulative number of days off will all count to the first 4 days if they fall within the given window, e.g. being off sick one day of each week would mean the employee would see eligibility (obvs on other factors) for payment starting immediately they were next off (within that rolling window)
The sickness does not need to be the same each time either
9th May 2019
"...the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), which is soon to be replaced by a new body with greater legal powers..."
I await the the replacement as i await the Messiah
17th Aug 2018
Can't wait to see what TPR have in line for NOW Pensions then
25th Jul 2018
NOW Pensions - similar experience with lack of response, no idea of contributions and plain ignorance.. Pensions Regulator about as much use as a chocolate fireguard
11th Apr 2018
firmly believe that no company should be able to use the same audit company for more than 2 years running and then not for the next x years, surely that would remove the complacency and familiarity between the two
14th Feb 2018
“It does not follow automatically from a company collapse either that the opinion of management was wrong, or that the auditor did a bad job,” commented KPMG chairman and senior partner Bill Michael.
of course...... the cynical me would say 'he would say that wouldn't he..'
18th Jan 2018
Same old same old,, the entrenched auditors claim they worked to the best of their abilities given the information available.
firmly believe no auditors should be able to perform audits for more than 2 consecutive terms
4th Oct 2017
It's amazing isn't it that the CAA can commission the use of aircraft in this type of situation but poor Mr Ryanair has to cancel flights rather than use the same methodology.
4th Oct 2017
Precisely. One wonders at what cost were the replacement craft rented and would it have been more expedient and cost effective just to use the existing Monarch craft as you say....but what do we know....follow the money