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The Top 5 Most Popular Payroll & HR Blogs from May

BLOG | Here are the top 5 most popular blog articles from May which cover payroll and HR.

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What is GDPR? A General Data Protection Regulation Overview

BLOG | The UK is soon to see the biggest changes to how we manage and store data since 1998, but what is GDPR and how will it affect you and your business?

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Christopher Eden
19 May 2017

The Top 5 Most Popular Payroll & HR Blogs from April

BLOG | Here are the top 5 most popular blog articles from April which cover payroll and HR.

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Is This The Answer to Managing Growing Payroll Legislation?

BLOG | With so many legislative changes in recent years and with more being planned, there's no time like the present to consider payroll outsourcing.

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New Guidance on Workplace Dress Codes Set to be Unveiled

BLOG | Following on from a petition setup after a receptionist was sent home from work due to wearing flat shoes, the Government is issuing new guidance.

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Christopher Eden
24 April 2017

Auto Enrolment Hits New Landmark For Compliant Employers

BLOG | The Pension Regulator's latest Declaration of Compliance report has revealed the scope of automatic enrolment during the beginning of 2017.

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Christopher Eden
18 April 2017

Stress Awareness Month - How Can Businesses Help Their Workers?

BLOG | There were over 488,000 reported cases of stress, anxiety and depression in the UK last year, how can employers help reduce this number?

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Christopher Eden
5 April 2017

The Top 5 Most Popular Payroll & HR Blogs from March

BLOG | Here are the top 5 most popular blog articles from March which cover payroll and HR.

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The New £1 Coin Enters Circulation and Becomes Legal Tender

BLOG | The UK's new 12-sided £1 coin officially enters circulation as of today with the initial release of around £300m coins.

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Christopher Eden
28 March 2017

Report - UK's State Pension Age Could Increase Once Again

BLOG | A new report has stated that the current planned rises to the State Pension Age, first to age 66 by 2020 and then to 67 by 2028 may not be enough.

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