Ride-hailing giant Uber must pay its workforce at least the legal minimum wage and holiday pay after a Supreme Court ruled that its drivers are “not self-employed”.
Claims under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) for November must be submitted no later than 14 December 2020, it has been cautioned.
Businesses have just days left to make a claim for staff furloughed in November, with the deadline ending on 14 December 2020.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has received 54,800 tax relief claims from individuals for working from home using a new online portal.
Pension flexibilities afforded to employers throughout the coronavirus pandemic will be removed from 01 January 2021, it has been revealed.
Government launches £2 billion Kickstart employment scheme to create hundreds of thousands of new jobs
The Government has launched the landmark £2 billion Kickstart employment scheme, which is set to create hundreds of thousands of new jobs for young people.
Employers who delay their Employment Allowance claim and have unused Employment Allowance available at the end of the tax year “can use this to reduce other tax costs”, it has been confirmed.
According to the latest research, two in five businesses expect to make redundancies this year.
Almost one in three businesses (29 per cent) expect to make redundancies in the next three months, according to the latest research from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and Totaljobs.
Major changes to the off-payroll working rules will go ahead in April 2021, it has been confirmed.
The Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), also known as the furlough scheme, was recently extended until October, with no changes until August. But what happens next with the scheme?
More than 423,000 workers were paid less than the National Minimum Wage (NMW) in 2019, according to a recent study.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people in the UK are now working from home or have been placed on furlough leave, meaning that they are not using their employer-provided company car. But what is the impact on the benefit
A House of Lords committee report that is reviewing the planned changes to the IR35 off-payroll working rules has called for a reform of the rules, stating that there are ‘inherent flaws’ in the legislation.
The Government has announced that it will cover employer National Insurance Contributions (NICs) and pension contributions of furloughed workers.