We all start the New Year with good intentions and plans to turn over a new leaf. With employment law constantly changing, why not make it your New Year’s resolution to have all your employment contracts, policies and procedures reviewed to ensure that they are up to date with current legislation and recommended practice.
Until 1st March 2014, we are offering you the chance to have all your employment contracts, policies and procedures reviewed for a fixed fee of £400 +VAT. At the end of the review we will provide you with a report detailing any amendments which are advised, helping reduce the risk of having tribunal claims lodged against you. Any amendments made will be charged at our standard hourly rates.
As employment contracts, policies and procedures underpin any employment relationship, it is important that these documents are in line with current practices as well as provide your business with the necessary protection that it needs. So, why not take steps to achieving your New Year’s resolution today.
On 1 July 2016, the Charity Commission launched a consultation on how it proposes to use its new power in section 1 of the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016 to issue official warnings to charities and charity trustees, as set out in draft guidance.
Commission unlikely to charge charities for filing accounts
The Charity Commission's head of compliance monitoring, Neville Brownlee, reassured a public meeting this week that a portal for joint filing of a charitable company's accounts with the Commission and Companies House is a “much more likely outcome” than charging charities fees to file their accounts with the Commission.