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The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (‘the Scheme’)was unveiled by the Chancellor as part of his emergency response to the ongoing
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Government support to help with the economic impact of coronavirus
Here’s what businesses need to know In recent days, a whole raft of business support measures have been announced by
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Off-payroll working rules delayed by 12 months, Treasury reveals
New off-payroll working rules have been pushed back a year amid the coronavirus outbreak, it has been announced.
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Government to support employers by paying two weeks of sick pay, Budget reveals
The Government will support businesses during the Coronavirus outbreak by paying the first two weeks of Statutory Sick Pay (SSP),
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Workers affected by coronavirus eligible for day one Statutory Sick Pay, Government confirms
Workers affected by the coronavirus are now entitled to Statutory Sick Pay from day one when self-isolating, rather than day
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Leap year and the impact on employment
As the world gets ready to mark a leap year, it is worth considering the potential impact that it may
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A quarter of employees question how their firm handles bullying and harassment
According to the latest research, a quarter of employees believe that their company doesn’t deal with bullying and harassment in
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Nurse with 38 years’ experience “unfairly dismissed”, says Employment Tribunal
An Employment Tribunal has ruled that a nurse was unfairly dismissed after activating a hospital trust’s whistleblowing policy procedure. According
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Cryptocurrency – more than £22billion estimated to have ‘gone to the grave’
Cryptocurrency users are being urged to store their passwords securely with their Wills as the number of investors who have
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Former TalkTalk executive sues firm over gender discrimination
A former TalkTalk executive is taking the telecoms company to an Employment Tribunal after alleging she was paid 40 per
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