Friday, 19 October 2018 12:00 Written by Michael Newman
ICO starts to take action against organisations under GDPR
Wednesday, 10 October 2018 11:01 Written by Paul Kelly
I assume you keep some form of personal data in your business – customer details, supplier contacts, business card info. If you don’t, I would love to know what you do that means you do not have to keep contact information!
Harassment whether by men on women, men on men, women on men or women on women is in the news every day. Whether you a potential US Supreme court judge, a film producer or just a manager in an organisation harassment is unacceptable.
Whilst HMRC does not openly publish the amount of tax investigations it launches every year, at YBC we have seen an increase in the numbers of members being contacted by them to have a look at their numbers.
Monday, 03 September 2018 16:16 Written by Ted Wigzell
Have you ever visited the Business Show and thought that you’d love to exhibit there but it’s just too expensive?
Published in Marketing, Promotion & Advertising
HMRC are under pressure from politicians who are demanding that they recover more unpaid tax even though they delivered a record haul of almost 30 billion pounds from their compliance activity during the last financial year.
Despite widespread media coverage of large companies blatant avoidance of paying tax, it is still the smallest of businesses coming under the microscope of HMRC.
Wednesday, 25 July 2018 07:41 Written by Michael Newman
You don’t need me to tell you its hot outside and although this is the time of year when some of us head off to other hot places many of us will remain at work. Shown below is some guidance from ACAS and the HSE.
Friday, 13 July 2018 11:09 Written by YBC Support
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) finds that Disciplining for 60 days' sickness absence was disability discrimination.
In this "landmark" ruling, the employment tribunal ruled that a group of couriers were not independent contractors, as Hermes had claimed, but were in fact workers who should be entitled to essential workers' rights.
On 20 March 2018, the Women and Equalities Committee (formed from a cross party committee of MPs) published a report, Fathers and the workplace, which called on the government to make a number of improvements to fathers' rights at work, such as removing the qualifying period for paternity leave to make it a "day one" right and increasing the rate of statutory paternity pay to 90% of earnings, (subject to a cap for high earners).