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What will each of the political parties do to the world of employment if they are elected? As campaigning draws to a close, we run through those policies that would most influence the employment landscape.
Updated to include revised advisory fuel rates, effective from 1 June 2017.
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.
Theresa May launched the Conservative Party's 2017 election manifesto, and for HR and employers there are no big surprises. Having already laid out her plans on workers' rights earlier this week, and with many policies announced over the past year, there is not much we didn't already know. But, as is likely in any 88-page document, there are a few items of interest that may not already be on your radar.
The Government has launched a call for evidence to improve its understanding of the use of income tax relief for employees' business expenses.
Updated to reflect the income tax rates and allowances in force from 6 April 2017.
Updated to reflect the national insurance contribution rates in force from 6 April 2017.
Updated to take into account the increase in the annual threshold rate for deducting plan 1 student loan repayments, effective from 6 April 2017.
Updated to reflect increases in earnings thresholds for tax and NICs, the introduction of the apprenticeship levy, and changes to IR35 in the public sector and tax credits, effective from 6 April 2017.
Updated to reflect the car benefit charge and car fuel benefit charge rates in force from 6 April 2017.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to tax and deductions from pay.