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Salary sacrifice changes

Katherine Maxwell

In the Autumn Statement 2016, the government announced major changes to salary sacrifice schemes that are due to take effect on 6 April 2017.

Gift wrapping skills tested in aid of RNIB!

Sarmad Gassoub

This December I took part in a Christmas gift wrapping fundraising activity at Foyles Bookstore, Charing Cross branch, in aid of the Royal National Institute of Blind People.

Gender pay gap reporting – is your company prepared?

Stephanie Bowen

The final draft of the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 has now been published by the government and is due to come into force on 6 April 2017. 

Jeremy Corbyn calls for laws restricting boardroom pay

Naomi Greenwood

According to think-tank High Pay Centre (HPC), by midday on Wednesday 4 January 2017, Britain’s top bosses had earnt more in two and a half days than the average UK worker will make the entire year. 

The Trade Union Act 2016 – an update

Katherine Maxwell

Last year we reported on the Trade Union Act 2016 (the “Act”) which received royal assent on 4 May 2016. 

Employee unfairly dismissed via ‘WhatsApp’ but not awarded compensation

Katherine Maxwell

In the case of Rehman v Jamia Hanfia Ghosia Mosque an employment tribunal has held that a former employee was unfairly dismissed, but was not entitled to any compensation. 

The Law Society calls for employment law reform in the wake of the 'gig economy.'

Naomi Greenwood

There has been much debate in recent months over the legal employment status of workers within the 'gig economy’ – a growing trend whereby corporations provide their services through a number of ‘self-employed’ contractors who (in theory) choose to work as and when they please. 

Key employment law changes expected in 2017

Stephanie Bowen

Every year seems to bring with it changes in the world of employment law and 2017 is set to be no different. 

How can a Personal Accident Policy help you after a road traffic collision?

Matthew Claxson

A Personal Accident Policy (“PAP”) is often included as part of a policy of motor insurance, or purchased separately at the same time as an “add on” to that policy.

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