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Budget news that wasn’t in the budget (what you might have missed)

Budget news that wasn’t in the budget (what you might have missed)

The Autumn Budget: You won’t have missed the fact that the Autumn budget was released on Wednesday. Aside from a couple of points to note on the National Living Wage (to be increased by 4.4% from £7.50 to £7.83) and the tax-free personal allowance (increasing from £11,500 to £11,850), from an employment law perspective it was more interesting to see what wasn’t there…

Meet the future of work head on

Meet the future of work head on

It was our Knowledge Week last week and one of the themes on the agenda was 'the future of work'.  We even discussed whether Farrers would survive the next 30 years (I'm pleased to say we concluded it would, though as with most organisations there will undoubtedly be challenges along the way).  All of this got me thinking about what HR professionals could and should be doing now to prepare for the things the future will throw at us.

Bereaved Parents’ Rights – New Bill

Bereaved Parents’ Rights – New Bill

It's hard to imagine the pain of losing a child but on top of that employees often have the added worry of whether they are allowed time off, how much time off and whether they will be paid for time off. 

“We’re all going on a summer holiday”

“We’re all going on a summer holiday”

The summer can be a busy time for holiday requests, particularly around school holiday time.  Below, I deal with 5 common queries regarding holiday.

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