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London 2012 Tax Implications

HM Revenue & Customs’ (HMRC) role in the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games is to protect tax revenue while supporting those legitimately involved in and benefiting from the Games with their tax requirements and obligations. Paul Tew outlines the implications for HR and payroll. read more


 

Turbo-charge Your Absence Management

Turbo-charge your absence management with just one simple technique — a well-planned and well-executed return-to-work interview. Does this sound like exaggeration? Well, many surveys indicate that it is not. read more


 

Managing Absence During The Olympics

With Olympic fever beginning to grip the nation many employees up and down the country are almost certainly planning how they can make the most of this historic occasion, while some employers are concerned about potential absenteeism affecting business. read more


 

Unfair Dismissal – The 2 Year Rule

The government is making a number of changes to employment law to encourage employers, especially those in small businesses, to hire staff as it is believed that the fear of litigation is stopping them from doing so. In addition they are looking to make savings in the running of the employment tribunal system by reducing the time taken to deal with cases and indeed the number of cases heard. Richard Smith, Head of Product Development and employment law expert at Croner looks at the changes. read more


 

Alcohol And Drug Abuse Policy Checklist

At Croner, we’ve noticed employers calling our advice lines are reporting more incidents of drug taking amongst employees. Not only is there concern about misuse and damage to the employee’s health, absenteeism and reduced productivity, it may also increase the risk of accidents in the workplace. read more


 

Talk, Talk - A Common Language

If you work in a company that employs a diverse workforce, then you will understand the difficulties that this sometimes presents, particularly the language issue. read more


 

Too Tired To Come To Work

Is tiredness a legitimate claim for sick leave? Employment consultant Brendan Russell investigates. read more


 

The Outlook For Pay And Benefits For 2012

An interesting year awaits us in the pay and benefits world with outside influences that could affect all companies across the UK. read more


 

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Holiday — Are You Prepared?

To mark 60 years of the Queen’s reign, there will be a special bank holiday to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee on Tuesday 5th June 2012. The celebrations will centre around an extended four-day long weekend with the late May bank holiday being moved to Monday 4th June 2012. read more


 

Manager’s Step By Step Guide To Reducing Stress

Everyone is subject to pressure at work and in their personal life. Pressure in itself is not always negative — but sometimes an individual is subjected to a degree of pressure, from whatever source, that exhausts their capacity to cope and starts threatening their well-being and work performance. When the pressure becomes intolerable to this degree, stress becomes a management issue. read more


 

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