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Judgement reserved by EAT in childcare vouchers and maternity leave case

Judgement reserved by EAT in childcare vouchers and maternity leave case

Is suspending an employee’s membership of a childcare voucher scheme whilst on maternity leave discriminatory? In the case of Peninsula Business Services v Donaldson the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has reserved judgement.

Whistleblowing – unfair treatment can be costly

Whistleblowing – unfair treatment can be costly

A former regional pre-construction manager who worked for Balfour Beatty for almost 10 years has been awarded £137,000.

End of Contracting-out! Are you and your software ready?

End of Contracting-out! Are you and your software ready?

The end of contracting-out is getting ever closer, so now is a good time to ready yourself for the impact the change is going to have on the processing of your payroll.

Lock v British Gas – the continuing holiday pay saga

Lock v British Gas – the continuing holiday pay saga

Are we any closer to reaching the end of the long saga involving holiday pay and whether commission should be included?

The answer has to be “yes”, but don’t expect a resolution just yet!

Autumn Statement: The Payroll Perspective

Autumn Statement: The Payroll Perspective

You can view our 30-minute on demand webinar covering the Autumn Statement and download a PDF of our analysis by clicking here.

Our review of the each of the main sections of Autumn Statement that impact on payroll is given in the newsletter below.

Sharing parental leave - City women see barriers

Sharing parental leave - City women see barriers

A study has found that almost two-thirds of women who work in the City would be attracted to shared parental leave, however 94 percent of those women suggest that there are barriers that would make the take up difficult.

Payrolling of P11Ds officially launches

Payrolling of P11Ds officially launches

The payrolling of BIKs was just one of the recommendations made by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) back in January 2014 with a commendable aim of reducing submitted paper P11Ds from employers by some 99%.

Signing your life away? Legal pros and cons of electronic signatures

Signing your life away? Legal pros and cons of electronic signatures

As it becomes increasingly common for contractual documentation to be concluded electronically, we examine the pros and cons of e-signatures against traditional wet ink signatures.

Unfriending colleague on Facebook can be "workplace bullying"

Unfriending colleague on Facebook can be

Deleting a colleague from Facebook can be considered a form of workplace bullying, an Australian tribunal has ruled.

Over half of working mums struggle with holiday and after-school care

Over half of working mums struggle with holiday and after-school care

Workingmums.co.uk have published the findings of their annual survey of working mums and it shows that over half of the working mums struggle with care for children of school age during school holidays and after school.

 

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