The government is drawing up plans to offer financial support to people who are self-isolating but who do not qualify for statutory sick pay (SSP) - including self-employed workers and people who earn below the £118-a-week threshold.
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The Government has published the proposed statutory rates for maternity pay, paternity pay, shared parental pay, adoption pay and sick pay from April 2020.
We round up our resources that will help employers manage requests for time off during the festive season, when business needs may range from requiring a certain level of cover to shutting down operations. Our resources include research on employers' arrangements for work and rest over the Christmas and New Year period, to help you benchmark your organisation.
In TSN v Hyvinvointialan Liitto Ry; AKT v Satamaoperaattorit Ry, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) held that, in the absence of domestic legislation or collective agreements to the contrary, workers on sick leave are not entitled to carry over any paid annual leave over and above the EU minimum of four weeks.
Updated to include information on TSN v Hyvinvointialan Liitto Ry; AKT v Satamaoperaattorit Ry, in which the European Court of Justice confirmed that, in the absence of an agreement to the contrary, holiday carry-over for workers on sick leave is limited to four weeks.
Updated to include dates for the 2020 Olympics and the football European Championships.
We discuss trends in labour turnover and sickness absence rates based on data gathered by XpertHR.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to absence/attendance.