Do you know your statutes from your statutory rates? How much data protection do you have in place? Are your parental rights policies up to date? It can be challenging to know where to start, but keeping on top of employment law is critical for everyone involved. UK employment law regulates and protects employers and employees. Supporting employers with what they can expect from employees, and employees’ rights at work, employment law comes into every aspect of staff management, training and development, employee retention strategies and much more.
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What is the most common employment law I should know about?
Where can I find more information on employment law?
You can find more information on the employment law you should be adhering to on the Government website and check out our National Minimum Wage information, such as when to speak to HMRC and what to do if you are self-employed.
What is the importance of employment law?
What is the current national minimum wage?
The current National Minimum Wage is £8.72 for workers age 25 and over. However, there are different limits for different age groups, and the wage increases every April. One of the most important employment law’s you must abide by, the National Minimum Wage, has several elements you need to consider.