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Protecting disabled person's pay may be reasonable adjustment
Disability discrimination provisions enable disabled employees contribute as much as possible in the workforce, not to treat them as charity
Apprenticeship funding – how will the new levy work?
From April 2017 employers with a payroll of £3 million or more each year will have to pay an apprenticeship levy of 0.5% of their pay bill
Mothers' pay lag – statistics only tell part of the story
The report issued by the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows a 33% pay gap between women who have have children, and their male colleagues
More funds for HMRC – but employers are likely to pass on the cost
The government has published its response to the consultation on how termination payments should be treated
"But I thought you went to Harvard?!"
For some the temptation to embellish their résumé is irresistible and recent data shows it is on the increase.
Brexit: Implications for Employers - Pensions
The UK voted to leave the European Union in a country-wide referendum on 23 June 2016.