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  • News - Construction industry reverse VAT charge delayed until 2020
    The reverse VAT charge was set to apply from next month but HMRC has delayed the introduction until 1 October 2020. How might your business be affected?
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  • Key Data - Tax - Car and van mileage allowances
    Car and van mileage allowances HMRC approved mileage rates from 6 April 2011HMRC approved mileage allowance payments (AMAPs) can be paid tax and NI free to employees using their own cars, motorcycles or bicycles for business as shown in the table below. Vehicle typeAmount per mileCars and vans, mileage up to 10,000 45pCars and vans, mileage over 10,000 (for NI the rate is 45p for all business miles) 25pMotorcycles, all mileage24pBicycles, all mileage20pPassenger (car or van, per passenger), all mileage5pAdvisory...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Training feedback form
    Training feedback formWhere you hold internal training events, you should always ask attendees to complete a training feedback form.  Why ask for feedback?You don't have to hold internal staff training, unless it's a legal, regulatory or continuing professional development requirement, but where you do, make sure you ask attendees to complete our Training Feedback Form at the end of the event. Feedback can help you identify improvements that can be made for the future, whether that's as regards the content,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Pool car policy
    Pool car policyIf you provide pool cars that your staff can ask to use when they need to carry out business-related journeys, it's important to have a policy in place covering the provision and use of your pool cars.What are pool cars?A pool car is essentially a company vehicle that's available for occasional use by more than one employee when they need to undertake journeys on work-related business in the performance of their job duties. If an employee is regularly required to travel on business, you'll probably...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Election to pay transfer fee for agency worker
    Election to pay transfer fee for agency workerAn agency supplying you with a temporary worker can normally charge you a transfer fee where you then offer that worker permanent direct employment with you. If you agree to pay that fee, use our letter to confirm your position.Transfer feeWhen entering into an agreement with a temporary agency (called an "employment business") for the supply of temporary workers, do carefully read their terms and conditions, particularly if there's a possibility you might later...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Pregnancy-related absence form
    Pregnancy-related absence formIf an employee is absent wholly or partly because of pregnancy in the four weeks before her expected week of childbirth, she must notify you of this as soon as is reasonably practicable.  Automatic triggerEmployees can generally choose when they want their maternity leave to start. However, this is subject to two important restrictions:maternity leave can't begin prior to the eleventh week before the expected week of childbirth (EWC) (unless the baby is born prematurely, in which...
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  • News - What qualifies as "working at height"?
    An employee was seriously injured when he fell from a lorry bed while unloading the vehicle. Was this a “fall from height”, and what was the employer expected to do to protect the employee?
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - List of gross misconduct offences
    List of gross misconduct offencesAs part of your disciplinary procedure, it's wise to insert a list of the offences that you regard as potential gross misconduct and which could therefore render the employee liable to summary dismissal, i.e. dismissal without notice.Drawing up a listWhilst it's obvious to most employees that certain offences are likely to amount to gross misconduct, for example theft or assault, in the vast majority of cases the situation is not quite so clear-cut. It's always advisable to draw...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Holidays policy
    Holidays policyWorkers have a statutory right to a minimum of 5.6 weeks' (28 days') paid leave per annum. Whilst you'd think granting holidays and holiday pay is a relatively straightforward exercise, disputes over holiday pay are one of the most common claims brought before an employment tribunal. Having a holidays policy statement will help you to clarify your holiday rules.Holiday pay provisionsOur Holidays Policy statement covers everything from clarifying what the holiday year is to confirming that there's...
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  • News - Lack of safe system of work led to serious leg injuries
    A worker’s leg was seriously injured in a welding machine. How did he get so close to the dangerous parts of the machinery, and what could his employer have done to prevent the accident?
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