With GDPR now only one month away from coming into effect, Real Business?s first webinar of 2018 focussed on what British business owners need to do to avoid costly fines and penalties under the new data protection rules.
When it comes to auto-enrolment, niche recruitment agency BeecherMadden has already staged – and managed the process on its own terms.
Growing British businesses have a lot to think about, whether that’s cash flow, investment, recruitment, marketing or expanding. But there’s also a pressing legal matter that needs to be prioritised, which comes in the form of auto-enrolment and the workplace pension.
As a new piece of policy, aimed at boosting the pension pots of British workers and ensuring that we do not develop a dependency culture from lack of personal savings, auto-enrolment is now in full swing. But what happens to businesses which do not comply with its framework?
During the 2015 Autumn Statement, it was announced by George Osborne that the government is introducing a penalty fee of 60 per cent of tax due for General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR) as part of the Spending Review.
With paying staff correctly being one of the most important aspects of maintaining a happy and healthy working relationship with all employees, Nathan Combes, senior associate of employment at Lupton Fawcett Denison Till, reveals what employers need to know.
A total of 2,148 Notification of Liability (NOL) notices for a Civil Penalty were issued to employers of illegal workers in the UK this last year.
The European Parliament has approved plans to give customs authorities new powers to seize counterfeit goods at border control, even if the goods in question are destined for sale outside the EU.