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Following the appointment of Matthew Taylor as interim Director of the Labour Market Enforcement (DLME) Body in the late summer of 2019. The Department of Business Energy and industrial Strategy launched a consultation under the ‘Good Work Plan’ are seeking views on whether establishing a new Single Enforcement Body (SEB) that would combine the powers of the existing seven government bodies that have responsibility for employment enforcement.Read more
Increases to the Voluntary Living Wage (VLW) rates have been announced. Effective from November 2019, the London rate will increase by 20 pence to £10.75 per hour whilst the Outer London rate rises by 30 pence to £9.30 per hourRead more
The latest HMRC Updates in November 2019 which includes Tax Compliance and National Minimum Wage Compliance.Read more
The Labour Party women and equalities secretary, Dawn Butler, announced proposals under their manifesto to increase statutory maternity pay to 12 months to ensure mothers could spend the maximum time off with pay.Read more
Through a recent survey of employers view the costs of administrating the changes to IR35 legislation in 2020 could come at a very high cost. A quarter of those surveyed believe it could be around £200,000 to £499,999.Read more
This list has been updated with a list of schemes that have told HMRC they meet the conditions to be a ROPS and have asked to be included on the list. In this update 11 scheme names have been added to the list and one name amended.Read more
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