There has been significant lobbying on one of the changes to entrepreneurs’ relief, resulting in the government proposing a welcome amendment to the Finance Bill in late December.
The UK government has published its workplace reforms. So what sort of changes can we expect? In July 2017 Matthew Taylor and his team published their review of working practices in the UK. The review made a number of recommendations on employment law issues under four broad themes, namely employment status, rights for atypical workers, […]
Against a background of economic uncertainty, compounded by “Brexit” and a monumental shift in consumer behaviour, the high street continues to be a challenging place to trade. This has led to inevitable company failures and reshuffles as retailers look to adapt to a rapidly changing landscape. Whenever we learn of a company failure, or the […]
As the World Cup kicks off, employers should be mindful of how to deal with workers who want to watch the action While it’s an exciting time for fans, the football World Cup tournament can seem like a long month for employers who may experience difficulties on a number of fronts. One such challenge can […]
Working out holiday entitlement and holiday pay for casual workers presents a few hurdles for the unwary employer Holiday pay has been repeatedly rearing its head in the Employment tribunal for the last few years. While the rules on overtime and commission and their relation to the calculation of holiday pay are reasonably settled, there […]