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Are employers obliged to pay a Christmas bonus?

Christmas bonus

In the lead up to the festive holidays, one subject which confuses people is Christmas bonuses. One of the biggest questions asked by both employers and employees at this time […]

Mind the gender pay gap: An analysis

Gender pay gap

It’s been almost a year since the Gender Pay Gap Regulations came into effect which required employers with more than 250 employees to publish their gender pay data. All public […]

What to tell staff before the Christmas party

‘Tis the season for office holiday parties! It is that time of year again, when your calendar quickly fills up with invites from family, friends, and workplaces. On top of […]

Calculating holiday entitlement made easy

Holiday entitlement

When you employ staff you’ll need to calculate the amount of holiday they’re entitled to. The amount of annual leave an employee is entitled to differs depending on several factors. […]

Who owns intellectual property created by an employee?

Employees and IP

Intellectual property (IP) is the lifeblood of many companies, whether this involves a product reliant on a patent or consists of designs or artistic creations. But the actual creators of […]

New employment law enables Sikhs to wear turbans in all workplaces

New employment law enables Sikhs to wear turbans in all workplaces

Sikhs will now be able to wear turbans in all workplaces after a new employment law came into force across the UK last month. The BBC reports that the rule […]

A day in the life of a manager

a day in the life of a manger

Successfully managing members of staff in today’s modern workplace is no mean feat. There’s a multitude of issues and employment laws that managers face on a day to day basis, from sickness […]