Promised reviews of IR35 could add to ‘chaotic nature’ of legislation.
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Sajid Javid, Chancellor of the Exchequer has said he would like to review IR35.
The Liberal Democrats have already agreed to review IR35.
IR35 will be extended to the private sector on the 6th April 2020.
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.
With the General election only a week away, business, individuals and HR teams alike will be wondering how the next UK Government plans to respond to the changing employment landscape. We’ve pulled together a brief summary of the election’s three front-runners to help you compare policies on all things work-related, from zero-hour contracts to maternity and paternity pay.
As part of their manifesto for the 2015 General Election, the Liberal Democrats have recognised the inequality in mental health care, acknowledging that mental health conditions will affect one in four people in the UK throughout a lifetime and that the prevalence of such conditions costs the country as much as £100 billion each year.
The Liberal Democrats have promised to increase public sector pay in line with inflation if they return to government.
A new government sanction means that private sector employers with 250 or more members of staff will be required to publish gender pay gap information.
The IOSH, the Chartered body for health and safety professionals, has released some interesting conclusions about the potential impact of the coalition government on health and safety. The IOSH drew the following conclusions: How do they compare? Ã¢â‚¬Â¢At a glance: key policies Neither party believes that there should be more health and safety legislation. The…