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Expert opinion: Pension age increase – why working longer might actually be good for us

Written by Peter Jones on .

Expert opinion: Pension age increase – why working longer might actually be good for us

New research suggests people may benefit from working past retirement, especially office workers, teachers or skilled workers.

With the government recently saying the state pension age will now rise to 68 between 2037 and 2039, it’s becoming increasingly important to look at the impact of working into older age.

Researchers

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Expert opinion: Supreme Court’s tribunal fees ruling – what does it mean for you?

Written by Lauren Harkin on .

Expert opinion: Supreme Court’s tribunal fees ruling – what does it mean for you?

A ground-breaking decision from the UK’s top court, which is forecasted to be the most significant judgment in UK employment law in the last fifty years, was announced this week.

The ruling means that the tribunal fees introduced in 2013 are now illegal and importantly, those who have already paid

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Expert opinion: The Taylor Report - what does it mean for Swindon and Wiltshire SMEs?

Written by Peter Jones on .

Expert opinion: The Taylor Report - what does it mean for Swindon and Wiltshire SMEs?

The HR Dept has been calling for a long time for a simplification of employment status, to protect rights and ensure that business owners do not fall foul of legislation due to ignorance, confusion or bad business advice.

Like many, we have witnessed the blatant circumnavigation of proper payment and

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New changes to Persons with Significant Control requirements affect companies and LLPs

Written by Natalie Pring on .

New changes to Persons with Significant Control requirements affect companies and LLPs

It’s been over a year since UK companies and LLPs have been required to keep a Register of Persons with Significant Control (PSC Register).

Since the rules came into force, all companies and LLPs should have been through the process of identifying their PSCs, drafting their PSC Register and notifying

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