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Taxis and taxes: the wider implications of the Uber decision

Most of the attention focused on the recent Uber decision has focused on the employment law aspects of the case....

"Mileage padding" -where the employee claims for more fuel than they actually used -  is one of the most common forms of employee fraud

Tech to tackle temptation to tinker travel expenses

7 Oct 2016

Although no one truly knows the full extent of fraud, it is estimated that it costs the country as much...

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Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt criticised for recruiting unpaid interns

24 Oct 2011

Cabinet minister Jeremy Hunt has been pilloried by campaigners after advertising for unpaid interns.The culture secretary was found to be...

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Weekly dilemma: Interns

22 Sep 2011

We are a large design agency and operate a successful work experience programme. In return for hands-on experience, applicants work...

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One quarter of expense-claiming employees exaggerate claims according to new GlobalExpense survey

20 Dec 2010

 
One quarter of people that have ever claimed work expenses in the UK admit to exaggerating them according to...

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Payroll assistant sentenced to two years in prison after claiming dead man’s expenses

16 Jul 2010

A government payroll administrator has been sentenced to two years in prison after claiming a dead man’s expenses.Andre Malu defrauded...

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BBC expenses details published include 11 HR chiefs

9 Feb 2010

The BBC has published the latest expenses details of its most senior staff, including 11 HR chiefs.The claims cover the...

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MPs who refuse to repay expenses may have salaries docked

3 Dec 2009

MPs who refuse to repay expenses claims may have their salaries docked, it emerged yesterday.The report from Sir Thomas Legg,...

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MPs expenses report due today

4 Nov 2009

MPs are due to be told they cannot employ their relatives on parliamentary expenses, under recommendations from Christopher Kelly’s Committee...

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Over 500 MPs could be forced to repay some expenses claims

12 Oct 2009

Over 500 MPs – including Gordon Brown – could face demands to repay some of their expenses claims this week...

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KPMG director faces jail for expenses fraud

26 Aug 2009

A KPMG director has been convicted of stealing £545,000 through expenses claims and could now be jailed.Andrew Wetherell submitted the...

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MPs demand hefty pay rises as part of expenses ‘reform’

24 Aug 2009

MPs are demanding that their £65,000-a-year salary be raised to a six-figure sum to ensure parliament attracted “quality” people.In an...

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MPs’ expenses deal – no receipts needed

28 Jul 2009

MPs have implemented new expenses rules doubling the amount they can claim without receipts. Under the new scheme, the Telegraph...

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Ministry of Defence errors in pay and expenses total £140m

22 Jul 2009

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has made errors in pay and expenses to Armed Forces personnel totalling £140m, the National...

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HR news today: Discrimination in police force; GPs demand more cash for flu jabs; Protesters ‘being starved out’; Teachers in England are least qualified; 2,500 Ryanair jobs at risk; Law passed to clean up expenses scandal

22 Jul 2009

This Personnel Today news roundup includes: Ethnic minority police officers still face discrimination at work GPs demand extra cash to...

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