The Government has confirmed that the eviction ban/possession stay will definitely end on the 23 August 2020.
HMRC’s approach to underpayment of the National Minimum Wage (NMW) is getting tougher and shows no sign of abating.
With the 6.2% increase to NMW announced on 31 December 2019, employers will need to be increasingly careful not to inadvertently fail to pay NLW. Compliance is not as straight forward as you may expect.
In this free webinar, Matt Wort and Anna Dabek look at the key principles and risk areas.
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The MHCLG has published its review into the risks of fraud and corruption in local government procurement.
On 24 April 2020, the Fire Brigade Union, supported by the prison staff union (POA), public services union PCS and the GMB, filed court proceedings against the Government.
Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 05/20 announced the Government’s update of its “Outsourcing Playbook”.
Last week saw a significant easing of social distancing measures in England from 4 July”.
The way we observe these important rituals has been turned upside down by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Impact of the Supreme Court’s judgment in Bresco Services Limited v Michael J Lonsdale .
Yesterday, (23 June) the Prime Minister announced significant changes to lockdown measures for organisations and individuals in England.
Whilst many of us are welcoming the recent changes to lockdown, many charities are finding the easing of lockdown more difficult to manage than going into it!
The Construction Leadership Council (the CLC) has released its new recovery plan for the UK construction sector - “Roadmap to Recovery”.
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