Both the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats have pledged to introduce ethnicity pay gap reporting if they come to power on 9 June. But how would this policy work in practice?
The Low Pay Commission consults on the national minimum wage to assist it in compiling its report for the Government on future upratings of the national minimum wage.
The Supreme Court has held that the pay of teachers must be deducted at a daily rate of 1/365th of their annual salary, rather than 1/260th, for a one-day strike.
We summarise the latest pay settlements monitored by XpertHR.
Pay awards in the first quarter of 2017 remained subdued, but what does our preview of April pay settlements reveal?
The NHS Pay Review Body and the Review Body on Doctors' and Dentists' Remuneration have made recommendations on pay increases that follow public-sector pay policy, but they both questioned the sustainability of ongoing pay restraint in the NHS.
In this week's podcast, we explain the basics of the national minimum wage and highlight some of the pitfalls for employers.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has refused to interfere with the earlier EAT decision limiting the potential for claims for historical non-payment of holiday pay.
Company cars and car allowances continue to be a popular employee benefit. Our latest research includes findings on the scale of provision, the level of the benefits and how environmental factors are shaping employer practice.
Tax-free Childcare is the latest initiative from Government to support working parents, but it could see some worse off than in the childcare voucher scheme it is designed to replace. James Malia from Sodexo Benefits and Rewards Services looks at where the new scheme fits in and how HR can support parents to get the best deal.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pay and benefits.