As the UK slowly edges towards some form of exit from the EU, there will be a degree of optimism among those advocating Brexit that, in time, they will no longer be required to adhere to EU laws, regulations and directives.
Workplace injuries can cost your business a lot of money – from a loss of working days to personal workplace injury claims made from your employees.
After more than two years of discussion and debate we now approach the business end of the Brexit withdrawal negotiations, in the words of the legend Sir Alex Ferguson, squeaky bum time.
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, […]