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Are you an employer who agrees a net pay arrangement with their employees?  This net pay arrangement means that you as an employer guarantees that an employee will receive the same amount of pay every pay day.This creates a financial risk to your business because…
With the changes to the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage just around the corner HMRC have published the top ten ways an employer may not be paying the minimum wage even though they think they are. Here are the top ten common mistakes employers make:…
Its that time of year when we may be thinking about how to reward our employees for their support during the year.  A Christmas meal, a bonus, a bottle of wine or some chocolates? …
As an employer you may be unsure whether your employee can take holiday when they are off sick.  Employees can request that they use their holiday during periods of sickness instead of receiving sick pay.…
Your employee has handed in their notice.  Apart from planning if and how you are going to replace them you will need to calculate how much pay they are due.…
Did you know that as an employer you can claim £3,000 every year against your Employer's National Insurance contributions? Known as the Employment Allowance, it was introduced in April 2014 to encourage employers to take on more staff.  The Allowance was originally set at £2,000 but soon increased to £3,000 enabling employers to benefit for longer. The Allowance is claimed…
On 9 March 2018 HMRC released the names of employers who have paid their staff less than the minimum wage.  They release this report quarterly and it is surprising how many businesses are on this list each quarter.  This time there are 179 businesses who have underpaid their employees between £100 and £133,000.  They don't report on underpayments less than £100 although that doesn't mean they don't take action.…
The new tax year starts on 6th April and with it comes changes to the tax rates and thresholds.  Here is a quick round up of what this might mean for you.…
Employers should be planning ahead for the national minimum wage and pension contribution increases which will take effect from April 2018. The new rates will be:…
An EU court recently awarded a man 13 years of backdated holiday pay.  The EU court supported the man's claim for 13 years worth of unpaid and untaken annual leave despite him having a "self-employed commission-only" contract.  His employers had refused to pay him holiday pay on the basis that he was "self-employed" and therefore any holiday he took was unpaid. This decision is significant…
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