Robert Maas is one of the UK’s acknowledged experts in the taxation of property. This essential annual title provides clear advice and information covering all elements of the taxation provisions relating to land transactions. ‘Property Taxes 2019/20′ enables tax practitioners…
Laila Maiwand, HR Consultant at CBW, London accountants, tax and business advisers, explores the digitalisation of the recruitment process and how employers can take advantage of the benefits.
Laila Maiwand, HR Consultant at CBW, London accountants, tax and business advisers, reviews the legal position and implications for employers with regards to holiday pay and employee overtime.
It’s hard to believe that following months of anticipation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in force for over three months now.
Following our last guidance note looking at the Gig Economy, the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision to dismiss the appeal in the case of Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and another v Smith is an opportune time to revisit this topic, considering what the implications of the decision means for businesses and evaluating what the future holds.
It has been well publicised, that Brexit will not negate the UK from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - the Government will be introducing a new Data Protection bill this year to incorporate the European Directive as well as national derogations specific to the UK.
As we are a month into 2018, it’s a good time to reflect on the important rulings and decisions from the previous year. Here is some of the prominent case law that has arisen in 2017 and as would be expected, all with subsequent implications for employers and employees alike.
You may already be aware that the minimum contributions under automatic enrolment will be going up from April 2018.
The recent headlines concerning Uber have brought the subject matter of criminal record checks into the spotlight for many organisations.