The introduction of the living wage is just a couple of weeks away and it is worth taking a look at a few facts, the impact and a few predictions in relation to it.
Bank holidays are traditionally a time when employees can relax and enjoy a long weekend – but they are now giving some employers an extra headache to deal with.
The question used to be an easy one for employers, but the current answer seems anything but… just how exactly do you calculate statutory holiday pay?
Instances of workers being docked pay for praying, taking cigarette breaks and going to the toilet have hit the headlines in recent years. Employees have also complained about not being paid at all.
It is illegal not to pay employees the National Minimum Wage and there can be no real excuse for doing so.
Openly comparing salaries and discussing who earns exactly what in the workplace has always been a fairly taboo subject.
Happy memories of the sun, sea and sand have faded by the time next pay packet arrives like a damp squib following a sunshine break.
How to calculate holiday pay for part time employees can seem quite daunting at times but it is a simple mathematical formula. All employees are entitled to a statutory minimum holiday pay and this is a period of 5.6 weeks per