Some are wondering why this was not done months ago.
At 14.30, 7/1/20, Mr Javid is set to be asked pivotal questions on IR35 review.
Promised reviews of IR35 could add to ‘chaotic nature’ of legislation.
The Liberal Democrats in their manifesto have said they will review IR35.
Put an end to IR35 or delay it, IPSE and REC release election manifestos both addressing the legislation
Is time running out to scrap IR35 as 6th April 2020 fast approaches?
The DUP is planning to support Labour on calling for an end to the public sector pay cap in the NHS pay and against hikes in tuition fees , reports the Guardian.
Immigration takes centre stage again with the general election around the corner. We take a closer look at what each Party is proposing in their manifestos and what impact these policies may have on UK businesses.
There is no doubt that George Osborne’s national living wage, to be launched next year, is a policy with its heart in the right place. For example, more than three and a half million women, almost 30 percent of the female workforce, will receive a pay rise as a result of the legislation.
Frances O’Grady, general secretary of the TUC, is today expected to strongly criticise the government’s new measures on strike action in a keynote speech to the TUC Congress 2015 ahead of the second reading of the Trade Union Bill. The TUC have released a statement in which they state that Ms O’Grady will say that history…
Elizabeth Marshall believes that it is starting to become clear what we can expect from the Conservative Government in terms of changes to UK employment law during this Parliament.
In a survey of 226 employers, just over a quarter (27%) agreed that employers should be required to offer paid leave for employees to undertake placement duties for charities and other voluntary organisations. The majority (61%) opposed the idea, with a further 12% of employers undecided.
The government has today launched the Trade Union Bill, designed to tighten the rules on strike action by requiring a 50 percent turnout and the support of 40 percent of those eligible to vote.
Chancellor George Osborne has today presented the Summer Budget, announcing the replacement of the National Minimum Wage with a compulsory National Living Wage and the introduction of three million new apprenticeships by 2020.
David Cameron has brought forward plans for his election promise of double the amount of free childcare for working parents with children that are three and four years old.
Part 2 of comments from HR professionals about the Queen’s speech opening parliament.