Updated to include information on O'Brien v Ministry of Justice, in which the ECJ considered the calculation of pensions for part-time workers.
Updated to reflect that the tables used to determine the amount of earnings arrestments payable in Scotland, and the protected earnings figure, are revised from 6 April 2019.
Updated to reflect income tax rates and bands for 2019/20, proposed in the Scottish Budget.
The longstanding Childcare Vouchers scheme ended on 4 October and has been replaced by the government's Tax-Free Childcare scheme. How can employers navigate the new incentive and communicate the changes to staff? Julie Barker from Hawk Incentives looks at the options.
There has been a "reversal" in the number of migrants in workplaces as both EU and non-EU workers lose interest in coming to the UK to work.
Three-quarters of hiring managers think the gender pay gap could be reduced if interviewees were not asked to disclose their salary, according to research from recruitment company Major Players.
The Government consults on the possibility of introducing collective defined-contribution (CDC) pension schemes.
Updated to include a reference to the Government's response to the consultation.
Women qualify for their state pensions at the same age as men - currently 65 - from 6 November 2018. The pension age has been harmonised for both genders, 25 years after the plan was initiated by John Major's government.
The Department for Work and Pensions has launched a consultation to shape new legislation around collective defined contribution pension schemes, as pioneered at Royal Mail, a moved described by unions as "very important development in social history".
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pay and benefits.