Employment Law and Statutory Rights

Statutory Rates: Statutory Maternity Leave

Statutory rates for maternity leave

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Statutory Rates: Paternity Leave

Statutory rates for Ordinary Statutory Paternity Pay and Leave

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2013 employment law changes: 10 things employers need to know

Every year brings with it some important new legislation for employers to negotiate. Whether related to employment tribunals, employee-shareholder contracts, family-friendly rights, payroll or criminal record checks, 2013 presents new legislation relevant to organisations both large and small.

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Maternity, paternity and adoption pay increases from April

Details of the Schedule of proposed benefit rates from April 2013 have been published on the Parliament website which includes the proposed increases to various employment related payments and thresholds.

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Statutory Rights: Working Time and Holidays

Basic entitlements regarding working time and holidays.

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Statutory Rates: Redundancy Rates

Statutory redundancy is based on age, weekly pay and number of years in the job.

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Auto-enrolment: Pensions Regulator publishes non-compliance strategy

The Pensions Regulator has published its strategy for tackling non-compliance with the forthcoming changes to pensions law, which will see certain workers auto-enrolled into a pension scheme.

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70 per cent of workers 'unaware' of auto enrolment pension plans

About ten million employees will be automatically put in a work place pension scheme in October, but the majority remain unclear about the process.

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Agency Workers Regulations Guidance

The Agency Workers Directive 2010 came into force on 1 October 2011. The aim of the directive is to give equal treatment to agency workers who have been with the hirer for 12 continuous weeks in a given job.

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Most parents unaware of childcare vouchers

Recently I was reading that the co-op have carried out a survey to highlight issues facing working mothers and fathers when making childcare arrangements.

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