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  • GDPR - BREACHES by GDPR, posted on 19th Apr 2018 In our last few blogs we have looked at the principles of GDPR, rights conferred on employees, creating a data register and considering change to current working practice and the lawful basis for keeping data...
  • GDPR - ACCEPTABLE LEGAL BASIS by GDPR, posted on 12th Apr 2018 You now have a data register and have started to work through some questions...
  • GDPR - WHAT DATA DO YOU CURRENTLY KEEP? by GDPR, posted on 5th Apr 2018 In our last blog we looked at the GDPR Principles and new rights that employees (data subjects) now have...
  • GDPR - PRINCIPLES AND RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS by GDPR, posted on 29th Mar 2018 In our last blog we gave an introduction to GDPR...
  • GDPR - WHAT IS GDPR? by GDPR, posted on 22nd Mar 2018 Data protection laws are changing and even if you are a small business, you need to be aware of them and be prepared for them! GDPR will cover every area of your business as it will apply to all personal data held on a 'data subject'...
  • TAX CHANGES TO PAYMENTS IN LIEU OF NOTICE by Fiona, posted on 20th Mar 2018 A payment in lieu of notice (PILON) is money paid to an employee when their employment is ending (for whatever reason) and the employer does not want the employee to work their notice period...
  • GOVERNMENT EXTENDS CHILDCARE VOUCHER SCHEME FOR A FURTHER SIX MONTHS by Fiona, posted on 16th Mar 2018 At the beginning of March I blogged about changes to childcare vouchers, whereby employers who currently operate a childcare voucher scheme in their business must close the scheme to new applicants from the 6th April 2018...
  • WHAT BREAKS ARE YOUR EMPLOYEES ENTITLED TO DURING THE WORKING DAY? by Fiona, posted on 14th Mar 2018 Under the Working Time Regulations 1998 (WTR), employees who work for more than six hours are entitled to an unpaid rest break of at least 20 uninterrupted minutes...
  • TRIBUNAL CLAIMS RISE AGAIN! by Fiona, posted on 9th Mar 2018 Back in January we reported that the provisional statistics from the Ministry of Justice revealed that tribunal claims for the quarter July to September 2017 rose by 64%...
  • CHANGES TO CHILDCARE VOUCHERS by Fiona, posted on 6th Mar 2018 In April 2017 HMRC started rolling out tax-free childcare, which is aimed at helping working parents with the cost of childcare with up to £2,000 of support per child each year or £4,000 for disabled children...