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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has outlined his roadmap for lifting coronavirus restrictions and the gradual reopening of the economy in England.
The Government has published new guidance about how it will support organisations seeking to comply with upcoming off-payroll (IR35) changes.
A new pensions bill received royal assent yesterday (11 February 2021) that aims to strengthen protections for pension savers by extending the powers of the Pensions Regulator, introducing the power to issue civil penalties of up to £1m, and three new criminal offences. Some in the sector, however, have queried possible unintended consequences.
More workplaces providing essential services during the current lockdown will be able to offer rapid COVID-19 testing to their employees, which the Government hopes will detect coronavirus in people not showing symptoms.
To coincide with Time to Talk Day, Acas has published a policy paper showcasing how three organisations are building employee resilience and responding proactively to wellbeing challenges. Adrian Wakeling looks at some of the key takeaways.
The number of employees on payrolls has plummeted by 828,000 since the COVID-19 pandemic began, with the number of redundancies reaching a record high in September to November 2020.
Employers are not doing enough to support employees who are victims of domestic abuse, according to the Government, which has called on organisations to become a "bridge" between workers and the support they need.
HM Revenue & Customs has updated its furlough guidance to confirm that the scheme can be used where employees are unable to work because they are caring for children while schools are closed.
The furlough scheme has been extended until the end of April 2021, the chancellor has announced.
The government has published the proposed statutory rates for maternity pay, paternity pay, shared parental pay, adoption pay, parental bereavement pay and sick pay from April 2021.
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