Zero Hours Workers Could Be Compensated For Cancelled Shifts The flurry of consultations for the government’s Good Work Plan continues with new proposals of compensation for workers when their shift is cancelled at short notice. This consultation is particularly relevant
New legislation to end unfair tipping practices and increase transparency for consumers and employees were announced by the Government today. The new legislation will ensure that service industry workers get all of the tips left by customers.
The Government has announced the new compensation limits to be imposed by employment tribunals with effect from 6 April 2019
Statutory Payments include maternity pay, paternity pay, shared parental pay, adoption pay and sick pay. The rates normally increase each April.
The Employment Tribunal Award Limits set the value of a weeks pay for calculating payments such as redundancy pay and unfair dismissal compensation. The limits normally increase each April.
The Real Living Wage Rates are are calculated annually by the Resolution Foundation and overseen by the Living Wage Commission. The rates are calculated annually and are based on the best available evidence about living standards in London and the UK.
Yesterday Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his Autumn Budget for 2018 and announced the National Living Wage and the National Minimum Wage rates that will apply from April 2019.
The Government accepted the recommendations from the Low Pay Commission on the National Living Wage and the National Minimum Wage and accordingly from April 2018: National Living Wage April 2018 The National Living Wage for workers aged 25 and over
Companies that want to employ people on zero hours contracts could face a hike in the minimum wage rate, the author of a review into modern working practices has proposed.
The terms ‘salary’ and ‘wages’ are often confused as being the same. The fact is, these two terms hold different meanings. Read my overview of the essential differences.
National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage Rates Applicable from 1 April 2017 Following the recommendations of the independent Low Pay Commission, the Government will increase the National Living Wage from £7.20 to £7.50 from April 2017. The Government will