Tags: HMRC

Two London Fashion Week employers forced to pay their interns by HMRC

Interns are to get more support to protect their right to fair pay, as the government launches new advice for young people and cracks down on unfair practices. At Edinburgh Napier University today (11 November 2013), Employment Relations Minister Jo Swinson will unveil guidance produced by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) offering…

Underpaid UK workers receive £4m windfall

Following action by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), more than 26,000 workers denied the National Minimum Wage by their employers have received a £4m windfall. It was revealed that the Government department investigated 1,693 complaints against employers for allegedly breaching minimum wage rules in 2012-13. These investigations resulted in 708 employers receiving automatic penalty charges…

Employers set to receive letters from HMRC as biggest PAYE shake-up for 60 years looms, says KPMG

HMRC to write to all employers in the UK next month to outline key changes to PAYE reporting coming in next April PAYE data will need to be reported on or after payments are made as opposed to after the end of the tax year Shake-up is designed to support the Universal Benefit’s introduction next…

Lamb names employer for flouting the National Minimum Wage

Norman Lamb, Minister for Employment Relations, has today taken the move of naming an employer under the BIS Scheme for naming employers who flout National Minimum Wage (NMW) law. Leicester based hair and beauty salon owner, Mrs Rita Patel trading as Treena Professional Hair & Beauty, neglected to pay £3,361.22 in arrears of the NMW…