Articles by ‘Kate Benefer’
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is facing an £87.9 million tax bill for incorrect determination of the IR35 status of its contractors. This is despite the fact that the DWP used the HMRC’s Check Employment Status for Tax (CEST) system to check the status..
The bill concerns missing tax and national insurance contributions owed to HMRC from between 2017 and 2021.
Employers will from today, Monday 19 July, no longer have to comply with Covid restrictions set by the Government. However, the removal of restrictions does not mean an easy situation for employers.
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Believe us, we know. GDPR and Brexit are two of the most over-used terms from the past year and you are tired of hearing them. But bear with us: it’s where the two overlap that we’d like to focus on this time.
The Government’s new immigration system published today fails to tackle the deepening staffing crisis in the health and social care sector, according to RWK Goodman solicitors. The Immigration White Paper severely limits the ability…
The danger of social media should not be underestimated. This was recently highlighted by “the Ryanair 6” over the course of the last 4 weeks whereby despite Ryanair finding that the 6 had staged a picture of them being subjected to appalling working conditions and dismissing the 6 for gross misconduct; the damage was already done.
The UK is often cited as being one of the most video monitored societies globally, with up to 5.9 million CCTV cameras in operation in 2015 alone (one camera for every eleven people). Your organisation or business may use CCTV recording for a variety or reasons such as prevention of crime, health and safety or monitoring the workplace. Homeowners may also install domestic CCTV systems to protect their personal property.
The Women and Equalities Committee, chaired by Maria Miller MP, has published a report today that says Government, regulators and employers are all failing in their responsibilities to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace….
25 May is nearly upon us. Tomorrow, the new regulation will come into force and affect organisations across all sectors, but the journey to compliance is not yet over for many businesses. If you are not ready, or are not sure, what are the key points that you should be thinking about now?
In the sixth blog in our series on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Kate Benefer, partner in our Employment & HR team, look at subject access requests and how they can affect your business.