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Slavery disclosure

It has recently been announced that businesses in the UK with a total turnover in excess of £36 million will need to comply with a duty to publicly report steps they have taken to ensure their operations and suppliers are trafficking and slavery free with effect from October 2015. 108 more words

Contracts And Pay

NEW “NATIONAL LIVING WAGE” TAX CREDIT CHANGES

The most radical announcement by the Chancellor on 8th July was a significant reduction in the amount the government plans to spend on tax credits and other State benefits. 120 more words

Accountancy & Tax Stuff

National Minimum Wage Changes ahead

The National Minimum Wage is the minimum hourly rate most workers are entitled to, and is reviewed annually with changes usually occurring from October.

From 1st October this year the rates for National Minimum Wage are: 121 more words

HMRC

NMW campaign targets hair and beauty sector

HMRC are targeting employers in the hairdressing and beauty sectors who pay their staff below the national minimum wage (NMW).

HMRC and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), supported by the National Hairdressers’ Federation and the Hair and Beauty Industry Authority, will work with hair and beauty businesses to help them understand their pay obligations to their employees. 344 more words

Business News

Nation Living Wage and National Minimum Wage

As you may be aware it was announced in the recent budget that the National Living Wage was to be increased to £9.00 per hour by 2020 and was to replace the current national minimum wage. 90 more words

Budget announcements

George Osborne delivered his second budget of the year on 8 July 2015. Following the general election in May this was the first full Conservative budget since 1996.   900 more words

Business News