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Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered a Summer Statement on 8 July outlining his ambitions for economic recovery…
F&L’s Kiki Stannard and Tim Baker explore managing employees who have relocated from the UK to their home country and the HR and tax implications that come with it.
The UK Government has announced that from 10 July, people arriving to England from certain countries will no longer need to self-isolate for 14 days.
With a ‘no deal’ Brexit looking increasingly likely, the consequences for companies that aren’t prepared will be significant. F&L’s Jamie Richardson shares some advice…
The UK Government has expanded its start-up package to include companies headquartered overseas...
With the news that lockdown measures will be eased in the UK from Saturday 4 July, employers planning to reopen operations have a lot to consider…
Highly skilled researchers, scientists and technicians working at UK universities are set to receive greater job protection…
Earlier this year the Financial Reporting Council reported that over half of FTSE 250 companies fail to mention ethnicity in their board diversity policy.
A requirement for new UK arrivals to provide their journey and contact details before they travel will be introduced on 8 June as part of new travel measures designed to limit the risk of coronavirus transmission.
As the Government seeks to reignite the economy, and with the CJRS cut off looming, employers can now take a more flexible approach.
Despite opposition, UK medium and large private sector companies are set to become responsible for setting the tax status of any contractor they use from April 2021.
The government’s £500m Future Fund opened for applications on Wednesday 20 May to help innovative and high-growth British businesses to secure investment during the coronavirus.
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