Robert Salter reviews the EEU (and Swiss) social security authorities’ decision to extend the Covid-19 social security concession until 31 December 2021.
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International working, the EEA and social security (A1) arrangements during the Covid pandemic: Rules now relaxed until 31 December 2021
Robert Salter reviews the EEU (and Swiss) social security authorities’ decision to extend Covid-19 social security concession until 31 December 2021.
Blick Rothenberg have made its largest number of promotions ever
Blick Rothenberg have made its largest number of promotions ever.
Labour shortages could force-up UK food prices
UK food prices could increase over the coming year due to labour supply shortages writes Robert Salter.
Employers need to check settled status for current and new employees
UK employers need to remind all their EU/EEA and Swiss employees that they must apply for settled status in the UK by 30 June says Robert Salter.
Deadline looming for construction companies employing EU citizens
Construction companies employing EU workers must ensure that their employees have applied for settled status writes Heather Powell.
Top tips to adapt your people strategy in a downturn
The changing landscape has forced many employers to seek new ways of managing their people-related costs.
Existing IR35 regulations will be updated from April 2021 due to Government proposals
Robert Salter looks at the changes coming to the existing IR35 regulations and what next steps businesses should be taking.
Chancellor should increase the personal tax allowance, but scrap income exemptions in this week’s Budget
Rishi Sunak should increase the personal allowance while taking the opportunity to scrap the income exemptions currently available, says Robert Pullen
Chancellor should use Budget to change proposed PAYE legislation
The Chancellor should use the Budget to drop new Pay as You Earn (PAYE) legislation, says Robert Salter.
Chancellor must extend the furlough scheme to provide businesses and employees with a lifeline for recovery
The Chancellor must use the Budget to extend the furlough scheme, particularly for the hardest hit sectors, says Milan Pandya.
Examining the status of employees and the resulting tax implications.