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Vetting & Barring changes – 3 things employers will NEED to know

From 10 September 2012, a number of amendments to the vetting and barring scheme came into force. For those who don’t about Vetting & Barring, to sum up, it is a law which is designed to protect vulnerable individuals. If you are an employer it is essential you know about

Government announces new type of Employment Contract

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has announced plans for the introduction of a new type of employment contract, called an ‘owner-employee’ contract. With these new types of contracts employees would give up their rights on unfair dismissal, redundancy, the right to request flexible working and time off for

and the winner is……

Well what a night we had at The South Wilts Business of the Year Awards. To say we are a little excited would be an understatement. Not only did we manage to snag ourselves ‘finalists’ in Small Business of the Year Award & the E-commerce Award, we only went and

Unfair dismissal qualifying period to increase to 2 years

Under the current legislation, employees must have been with an employer for at least one year before they can make a claim for unfair dismissal. From 6th April 2012 the Government has announced an increase in the qualifying period to 2 years. This change follows the ‘Resolving Workplace Disputes’ consultation

Ensuring your staff achieve a good attendance record

Does your business have an absence problem? How much is absence costing your business? It is important to monitor just what is going on. It can cause so much disruption to the business when one member of staff phones in sick. It is therefore important to ensure that it is well

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