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Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Welcome to Employment Edit: this fortnight's updates cover gender pay reporting, childcare vouchers, shared parental leave and National minimum wage.
24 March 2016

Employee benefits: NICs pitfalls

A recent Supreme Court decision has found that where an employer makes a payment for an employee’s benefit to, for example, a pension fund or insurance company, NICs should not usually be charged.
11 July 2014

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Welcome to Employment Edit: this fortnight's updates cover data protection, disability discrimination, settlement payments and national living wage.
11 February 2016

Employee Benefits: increases in income tax and NIC liabilities

Employers will need to consider whether they are affected by recent changes to the taxation of employee benefits and notify employees of any increases in their income tax liabilities.
11 December 2017

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

A fall in employment tribunal claims; guide to the new right to unpaid time off to accompany a pregnant woman to ante-natal appointments; Acas has issued new guidance on dress codes and appearance.
11 September 2014

Employment Edit - what's new in employment law

Acas publishes guide on changes to TUPE, UNISON’s challenge to employment tribunal fees is dismissed and new rates of SSP, SMP, SPP, SAP announced.
13 February 2014

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Gender pay data reporting; a helpful EAT decision for employers in relation to disability discrimination; the Fit for Work referral service roll out; and more…
12 March 2015

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

New Health and Work Service will be launched in late 2014; The draft Shared Parental Leave Regulations have now been laid before Parliament; McMillan v Airedale and severe disciplinary penalties.
14 August 2014

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

City Link and correct procedures in redundancy situations; contractual grievance may be entitled to protection under the whistleblowing legislation; guidance on zero hours contracts; and more…
22 October 2015

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

The EAT has held that an employee could reasonably believe that a disclosure affecting 100 employees was 'in the public interest'; BIS has published new changes to adoption leave and pay; and more... 
23 April 2015

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

This fortnight's updates cover religious discrimination, national minimum wage and living wage, data protection and recruitment. 
21 April 2016

Employment Edit - what's new in employment law

ECJ holds that commission should be included in the calculation of holiday pay; Supreme Court rules that an LLP member can be a ‘worker’; and more...
22 May 2014