Hit for six: What’s coming down the line for employers?

Businesses need to be aware of new HR practices required for 2019. Listed below are half a dozen of the most significant changes on the cards

30th December, 2018

From GDPR to widespread claims of workplace sexual harassment, 2018 has been a busy year in HR and employment law. Although employers may hope for a quieter 2019, it’s looking likely that there will be a number of issues that are prevalent throughout the year, amid the ongoing uncertainty of Brexit. Below are six changes employers need to look out for.

From January 1, employers will have to engage in real- time reporting of PAYE,...

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