Employment Law and Statutory Rights

New laws will see rogue employers named and shamed

According to new laws brought in by the Government today, any employer found to be paying employees below the national minimum wage will be named and shamed.

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Employment law shake-up from 1 October

A number of important employment laws and legislations come into force tomorrow.

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Employers urged to prepare for minimum wage change

The national minimum wage is set to change from next Tuesday 1 October, and the CIPD says that employers are being urged to make sure they pay their employees the correct rate.

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Low Pay Britain 2013

A new report by the Resolution Foundation suggests the economic downturn has caused a further 1.4 million employees to fall below the Living Wage.

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Which? uses auto-enrolment to promote reward

Which? has used pensions auto-enrolment as an opportunity to promote its reward strategy to its 587 employees.

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Is holiday pay now all-inclusive?

Alexandra Mizzi writing on the CIPD website comments on a tribunal decision that could prompt employers to take a long hard look at how they are calculating annual leave payments.

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Five employment law changes that come into force on 29 July 2013

Personnel Today sets out five things that employers and HR professionals need to know about the new legislation.

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National Minimum Wage rate increase approved

The Government has today announced that it has accepted the Low Pay Commission's (LPC) recommendation to increase the National Minimum Wage by 12p to £6.31 from October 2013.

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Statutory Rates: Minimum Wage

Details of current National Minimum Wage rates

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Statutory Rates: Statutory Sick Pay

Statutory rates for sick pay

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