There are several employment law changes coming into force in April 2022.
National Minimum Wage Rises
From 1 April the national minimum wage will increase. You should ensure that your hourly wage rates of your employees meet the new threshold…
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Along with the much anticipated arrival of Spring, comes the Government's equally anticipated response to Living with COVID-19.
As part of its response the Government have effected a number of changes to current arrangements which will have…
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On 12 March, the Business Disability Forum (BDF) published guidance to help employers improve access for disabled workers.
What Does the Guidance Say?
The first part of the guidance, Access for all - Creating inclusive global built environments,…
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To update Jane Austin's 19th century message with 21st century context, "It is a truth universally acknowledged that an employer in possession of a successful business must be in want of a male-dominated trust board and female support staff."
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April is Stress Awareness Month and this year's theme is Community. It seems entirely apt that coming out of a pandemic which isolated us from the various communities that support us, that this is the theme for 2022.
The Importance of Community
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We are pleased to welcome Jo Bradbury to the Narrow Quay HR team. Jo joins from a multi-academy trust where she was a Senior HR Advisor, with responsibility across five secondary schools and eleven primary schools.
Jo is a qualified employment…
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National Employee Appreciation Day falls on 4 March 2022. The day provides an opportunity for employers to celebrate their employees and express gratitude for their hard work and contributions.
Actively recognising the contributions of your…
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International Women's Day, one of the world's biggest employee engagement days, takes place on 8 March 2022. It is a global opportunity to celebrate and acknowledge the achievements of women across the world.
It also provides a chance…
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Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes which lead to nationally recognised qualifications. In 2017, the Government introduced the Apprenticeship Levy with a view to creating funding for apprenticeships and encouraging employees…
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Christ Church College in Oxford has just settled a matter that has run for three and a half years to get its Dean, Very Reverend Martyn Percy, to leave his post. This case highlights the risks of not dealing promptly with workplace disputes.
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