NHS junior doctors have accepted a deal which will see annual pay increases of 2% for four years, ending the four-year long dispute that saw mass walkouts.
The Migration Advisory Committee is to consider how salary thresholds should be calculated under a future immigration system - including whether there is a case for regional salary thresholds to be set.
Updated to include a reference to legislation to extend civil partnerships to different-sex couples and provide for the potential financial consequences, including in relation to pensions.
In Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland and another v Agnew, the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal refused to limit workers' historic claims for the unlawful exclusion of overtime from holiday pay calculations.
Away from health-related benefits, company cars and pensions, there are a host of other benefits available to employers to boost the package they offer to employees. We investigate some of the other benefits available.
Travel and subsistence remain a key part of employee benefits schemes, our research reveals.
A pension is a key part of the employee benefits offering. Here, we look at the types of schemes that employers offer, and the level of contribution they make to them.
Health and wellbeing continue to feature prominently in employers' benefits packages, as our survey shows.
Benefits packages have an important role to play in an organisation's recruitment and retention strategy, particularly as the labour market remains tight. Our research examines the types of benefits and allowances offered.
Aspects of the IR35 tax legislation, particularly the tests to determine people's tax status, have proved unpopular and many are anxious about its roll out for private sector organisations next year. Ranjit Dhindsa and Matthew Sharp of Fieldfisher explain the issues.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pay and benefits.