Entries by @framework

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Legislation and Payment Changes April 2016

As always, April sees a number of changes in financial matters and the big change for 2016 is the introduction of the National Living Wage – rates for many other payments, however, have been frozen. Here’s a snapshot of the current situation: National Living Wage The headline-grabbing change for this April is the introduction of […]

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Junior Account Manager role in Harrow, Middlesex – CLOSED

If you have a creative flair, have a DipHE, BA, or equivalent in Art and Design and have a good work ethic, apply for this role in a busy design team with a small independent publisher based in Harrow. The company, a leading provider of innovative media solutions to the kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms and […]

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The National Minimum Wage 2014

The National Minimum Wage (NMW) increases on the 1st October 2014. Below are the current rates and the new rates that comes into force next week. What Prior to October 2014 per hour From 1 October 2014 per hour Workers aged 21 + £6.31 £6.50 Development rate for workers aged 18-20 £5.03 £5.13 Young workers aged16-17 […]

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How to manage maternity leave in your small business

“Managing maternity leave is a challenge for all employers, but the prospect of a key team member being away for up to a year can be a particular concern for small businesses,” says consultant Cecily Lalloo of Aylesbury-based Embrace HR, which provides HR advice and support to SMEs. As Lalloo explains, roles within small firms are […]