Employment law changes to look out for in 2019

2019 is set to be a busy year for employment law, with increases to the National Minimum Wage, changes to payslips and new pension rates coming into force, all with Brexit looming on the horizon. At Farnworth Rose, we’ve pulled together 4 of the key changes to UK employment law that your business should look…

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Advice for employers ahead of National Sickie Day

According to national statistics, the first Monday in February is the day when people are most likely to pull a sickie from work. In 2018, the first Monday in February saw an estimated 350,000 absences from work. The first payday after Christmas and people attending job interviews are thought to be a major contributor to…

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Your guide to writing a clear Employee Handbook

As an employer, it is vital that your employees are aware of your organisation’s policies and procedures. An up to date employee handbook sets out policies and procedures adopted by the business and in doing so provides employees with easy access to important information and details of the organisation’s rules and standards. What does the…

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From employment to housing: How Brexit could affect you

Last Thursday Britain voted to leave the EU, raising a number of questions about the impact decision will have. Although many of the true effects of leaving the EU may not become clear for some time, we take a look at what the Brexit vote could mean for you. Will the Brexit vote change employment…

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