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Upfront Editor's choice - the latest from XpertHR

  • Model paternity leave policy amended to cover 5 April changes

    Date:
    01 April 2015

    XpertHR's model policy on paternity leave has been updated to cover the 5 April 2015 changes.

  • Beware the shareholding director who also has employment rights

    Date:
    01 April 2015

    It is perfectly possible for an individual to be a shareholder, a director and an employee, as the Court of Appeal case Stack v Ajar-Tec Ltd demonstrates.

  • Unfair dismissal: should remedies include benefits that claimants' family members miss out on?

    Date:
    31 March 2015

    In the remedy hearing in Bailes v First Bristol Ltd, the employment tribunal considered the unusual argument that an unfairly dismissed bus driver be recompensed for two free bus passes for family members that he lost out on when his employment ended.

  • How do your bonus payments compare?

    Date:
    30 March 2015

    We have pulled together all the bonus data collected via XpertHR Salary surveys to provide a detailed analysis of the job levels, functions and industries that are most likely to pay bonuses, and at what level.

  • Model adoption leave policy updated for 5 April changes

    Date:
    27 March 2015

    XpertHR's model policy on adoption leave has been updated to cover the 5 April 2015 changes, this includes alerting employees to their new rights to take time off to attend adoption appointments and to curtail adoption leave to take shared parental leave.

  • Podcast: Employers' pay intentions revealed

    Date:
    27 March 2015

    In this week's podcast, we examine the latest pay awards, and find out whether employers are intending to increase or freeze pay over the next year. We also look at the measures used to calculate pay.

  • Commission and holiday pay: employment tribunal delivers its judgment

    Date:
    27 March 2015

    The employment tribunal has given its ruling in Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd and another, but employers hoping for guidance on what reference period they should use when calculating holiday pay for workers on commission will be disappointed by the outcome.

  • New model letters and form on time off for adoption appointments

    Date:
    26 March 2015

    XpertHR provides new model letters responding to an individual who has requested time off to attend an adoption appointment, as well as a declaration form for the individual to complete.

  • Changing pay and grading arrangements

    Date:
    26 March 2015

    In "How to introduce and review a pay and grading structure" we look at the different types of grading structures and how organisations should go about introducing one of them. We also address issues such as how employees progress through the grading structure, avoiding discrimination and handling appeals.

  • April employment law changes: key XpertHR resources

    Date:
    25 March 2015

    XpertHR rounds up key content on employment law changes that come into force in April 2015. The changes cover the enhancement of family-friendly rights, increases in the limits on tribunal awards and changes to national insurance.

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