Introducing a flex time policy is a way to redesign traditional work schedules so the employees actual working hours differ from their contracted hours.
Holiday Entitlement During Major Sporting Events. The 2022 FIFA World Cup starts on 21 November and ends on 18 December 2022 which will likely lead to competing requests for time off in the lead up to the Christmas period.
2022 FIFA World Cup competition will kick off in Qatar from 21 November to 18 December 2022. England are in Group B with Iran, United States and Wales.
The employment bill was announced in 2019 and was dubbed as a landmark piece of legislation but the bill failed to make it into the 2022 Queen’s Speech
Employment Tribunal Award Limits Legislation setting the annual increase in Employment Tribunal Award Limits has been laid before Parliament. The new rates will apply where the effective date of termination of an employee’s employment (or other calculation date) is on
Extension Of Ban On Exclusivity Clauses In 2015, exclusivity clauses were made unenforceable against workers on zero-hour contracts. The government is now proposing to extend the ban on exclusivity clauses for workers whose earnings are below £123 per week (£123
Class 1 National Insurance Thresholds On 23 March 2022 the UK Government announced at the Spring Statement 2022 an increase in National Insurance thresholds for the 2022 to 2023 tax year. This means employees and self-employed people will pay National
Covid Adjusted Right To Work Checks The Home Office has announced that employers can continue to carry out Covid adjusted right to work checks until 30 September 2022. Covid Adjusted Right To Work Checks Since the start of the Covid-19
Dismissal For Raising Vexatious Grievances Was Fair The EAT found that an employee’s dismissal for bringing numerous grievances was fair.
Statutory Payment Rates The Government has published the statutory payment rates for maternity pay, paternity pay, shared parental pay, adoption pay and sick pay from April 2022. Statutory Sick Pay The rate of statutory sick pay will increase from £96.35