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January - February New National Minimum Wage rates, Queen’s Speech proposals and Case law update
September - October Apprenticeships, the Apprenticeship Levy and Recruitment What does
July - August Clients reclaiming agency fees from employees and health and safety for pregnant workers.
May - June Update on the proposed extension of Off-Payroll rules into the private sector.
March - April Changes to right to work checks and NMW rates for the year ahead.
January - February The government's Good Work Plan following the Matthew Taylor review
November - December National minimum wage: What are the implications for agencies?
September - October: No national minimum wage for workers who can sleep while 'on call'
July - August: The challenge of securing introduction fees
May - June: Marketing under the microscope
March - April: GDPR: an update
January - February: 'Swedish Derogation’ contracts under scrutiny in 2018?
November - December: 'Tis the season to be prepared - how to handle holiday requests in the run up to Christmas
September - October: Practical tips for bidding for public sector contracts
July - August: Data Protection is changing: the new General Data Protection Regulation
May - June: Automatic Enrolment: where are we now & the challenges ahead
March - April: Tax changes in the public sector (IR35) and the Apprenticeship Levy
January - February: Insurance for recruitment businesses.
November - December: Snow days: The cold, the chaos and careful considerations
September - October: Age discrimination: 10 years and still counting
July - August: Brexit
May - June: Data protection - new rules on the horizon
March - April: Monitoring your employee electronic communications
January - February: New provisions to limit travel and subsistence tax relief for temporary workers
November - December: Would you employ Santa Claus?
September - October: National Minimum Wage - new enforcement, new rates and a new National Living Wage
July - August: Can you pay workers to sleep on the job?
May - June: Zero hours contracts - what's next?
March - April: Guidance on transfer fees
January - February: What's on the horizon for the new year
November - December: New shared parental leave rights from 1 December 2014
September - October: What is the process for sponsoring a migrant worker?
July - August: Are the new public procurement directives SME friendly?
May - June: A full round up of new laws for employers
March - April: New Onshore/Offshore intermediaries tax rules
January - February: Latest case on agency workers
November - December: Should I buy a Christmas present for my client?
September - October: Guarding against inappropriate use of social media
July - August: Help: my client’s gone bust
May - June: Restrictive covenants: how and when to use them
March - April: Government consults on the recruitment industry