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Right to Work Checks from 6 April 2022

Written by Laura Darnley, Brabners LLP A number of important changes affecting how employers undertake right to work checks have come into force with effect

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When does the KID need to be amended?

Written by Brabners LLP  Key Information Documents It has been almost 2 years since the requirement to produce Key Information Documents (KIDs) was introduced on

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Smith wins against Pimlico Plumbers

The Court of Appeal has ruled on the long-running Smith vs Pimlico Plumbers case and overturned the decisions in lower courts to force Pimlico Plumbers to compensate Smith for previously unpaid annual leave.

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FCSA comment on the recent cyber attacks

Whilst there are current attacks underway, there is, naturally, a focus on resolving what are major system outages as soon as possible and striving to minimise the impact on employees expecting payments or having queries go unanswered. In our view it is crucial that workers are kept informed of progress.

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FCSA appoints new CEO

The Freelancer & Contractor Services Association (FCSA) has appointed a new CEO

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FCSA respond to call for evidence on IR35 reforms and CEST

The FCSA was delighted to be invited by the House Of Lords Finance Sub Committee to present evidence on the effect on the outsourced worker sector of recently introduced IR35 reforms in the private sector and specifically the effectiveness of the HMRC CEST tool