Proportion of companies calculating their ethnicity pay gap increases

Proportion of companies calculating their ethnicity pay gap increases

Larger companies have had to report on their gender pay gap for some time and it is likely that in time the Government will require smaller companies to do so. Currently, the law does not require companies to report on their ethnicity pay gap. However, accountancy...
Statutory payments must be on normal pay and not furlough pay

Statutory payments must be on normal pay and not furlough pay

With effect from tomorrow, new Regulations come into force. The Regulations say that employers must calculate certain statutory payments, which include redundancy and notice pay, based on a furloughed employee’s normal pay. With redundancy becoming more possible...
Documenting flexible furlough

Documenting flexible furlough

Today is the first day that employers can take advantage of the flexibility the Government has given to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.  The changes mean that employers can bring employees back from furlough on a part time basis and keep them on furlough for the...
Changes to the furlough scheme – what to look out for

Changes to the furlough scheme – what to look out for

The Government have set out how the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will be changing over the next few months. Here are the details you need to know about: 10 June 2020 is the last date that employers can put an employee on furlough. Originally scheduled for 1 August...


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