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Is naming and shaming always fair?

I’m Peter Webster, chief executive of Corps Security, and this is where I examine the issues affecting the security industry. My thoughts and opinions are intended to generate debate, and whether you agree or disagree with them, you’re welcome to post your comments below. 494 more words

Industry Comment

BIS, you cannot be serious!

So, with markedly less media hoo-ha than on previous occasions, BIS today ‘named & shamed’ another 92 employers for breaching the national minimum wage (NMW). The relative dearth of national media coverage may reflect the absence from this tranche – the Conservative government’s third since May 2015 – of any household name retailers, but the first name on the list – … 810 more words

Justice

Welcome Break will pay living wage to all its workforce

MOTORWAY services operator Welcome Break has pledged to pay all its staff the living wage from April 1st this year, including the 42 per cent of its workforce aged under 25.

More here (Cost Sector Catering).

Human Resources

All Change To Incorporate Pay Rises

“Britain deserves a pay rise.”

Those were the inspiring words of the Chancellor in his Summer Budget. But deserved or not, there are a lot of implications for British businesses this April, in order to initiate the new Living Wage for those aged 25 and over. 132 more words

Advice

January blues? Not in the East Midlands

For many January is a dreaded month. The bills are due, and we generally tend to feel the squeeze on our wallets.

But this isn’t the case for the East Midlands. 528 more words

East Midlands

April 2016; New National Living Wage

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As the new tax year approaches, if you have not done so already, its time to start understand the impact of one of the biggest increases to minimum wage in the G7 countries in the last decade. 217 more words

PAYE Payroll