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Supreme Court dismisses Edenred’s challenge to the government’s decision not to tender for the administration of a new childcare scheme
The Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed Edenred’s challenge to HMT’s decision to award the administration of its new flagship tax-free childcare scheme to NSI.
The EAT has clarified two issues affecting the rights of workers on long-term sick leave to carry forward untaken annual leave under the Working Time Regulations 1998.
Euro authority continues to flog the solvency agenda, even though this is not part of the proposed EU Directive.
Moving from an EET (exempt, exempt, taxable) regime to a TEE (taxable, exempt, exempt) one may be good for the deficit but it would add even more complexity.
Review default fund, monitor member behaviour and update transfer procedures – just some of the recommended actions here.
The UK has changed the way in which it taxes share options and share awards held by employees who move between countries.
Four new circumstances in which workers do not need to be automatically enrolled.
If brokers want to shift the focus from ‘temporary employment services’ to ’functional outsourcing’ they should take advice...
On the topic of immigration there is rarely a moment for pause and with migration issues at the forefront of the political agenda we expect to see more of the same. Eversheds sets out some recent items that may be of interest.
The Pensions Ombudsman has upheld a complaint by a retired firefighter that the Government Actuary’s Department (GAD) was guilty of maladministration.
The recent case of Braithwaite v HCL Insurance BPO Services Ltd illustrates the need to consider the potential for age discrimination claims.
By March 2016 new regulations will be in place that will require larger employers in the private and third sector to publish details of their gender pay gap.
A puzzling decision from the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
Employment Tribunal fees challenge; non-employees and discrimination; Asda equal pay claims; and more...
The UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) has made a number of updates to its guidance for employers for conducting right to work checks. This briefing provides a summary of the updates.
The new tax-free allowance for interest distributions will change the savings landscape, and other developments.
Trustees – consider the impact of transfers on your scheme’s funding position and investment strategy.
EU consults on strengthening legislation on worker involvement, with the possible consolidation of three Directives on the cards.
It is not clear how Labour’s new right would apply, and some employers may simply offer contracts with minimal fixed hours to limit its impact.
30% female non-execs on German boards; lower penalty for failing to consult a works council in France; mandatory retirement no more in Denmark; all the UK changes; and more.