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    From 1 April Minimum wage: the annual increase in the minimum wage rates were effective from 1 April, increasing the National Living Wage (amongst other minimum rates. From 6 April Statutory rates: the annual increase in the rate of SSP and family friendly leave rates are effective from today. Right to work checks: employers were […]
    P&O Ferries have received a significant amount of adverse publicity this week after dismissing 800 staff by video call, providing a stark reminder of the importance of following fair processes prior to making dismissals. It has also been reported that the government will be reviewing its contracts with the company and, unsurprisingly, the RMT union […]
    A round up of recent HR & Employment Law news. Living with Covid   The government last week announced its “Living with Covid” changes. The key changes are: From 24 February individuals are no longer legally required to self-isolate or to tell their employers when have COVID-19. However, Employers and workers should still follow government guidance, […]
    The facts: the employee worked in a care home providing personal care to the home’s residents. She refused to be vaccinated in January 2021 on the basis that a) she had had COVID19 and was immune b) the vaccine was unsafe and c) her religious beliefs (Rastafarianism) meant she could not be vaccinated. She was […]
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