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The Modern Slavery Act 2015 consolidates and codifies the law on modern slavery. The key provision in the Modern Slavery Act 2015 for UK employers is section 54, which requires large commercial organisations to prepare a slavery and human trafficking statement for each financial year.
3 Mar 2016
The national living wage – the new minimum wage for workers aged 25 and over – comes into force on...
5 Jan 2016
Many employers will have been affected by the severe storms over recent weeks. The top FAQ on XpertHR in December...
2 Dec 2015
FAQs on the cancellation of annual leave were among the most popular in November, in our monthly round up.
3 Nov 2015
From overtime and holiday pay to safety helmets for Sikhs, we round up the most popular HR questions in October 2015.
29 Oct 2015
The regulations laying out large employers’ responsibilities to publish modern slavery statements every year come into force today, 29 October...
19 Oct 2015
XpertHR’s webinar An A to Z of legal changes 2015/16 took employers through recent and upcoming developments in employment law....
5 Oct 2015
Modern slavery statements were the subject of the most popular FAQ in September in our monthly round up of the...
30 Sep 2015
Every October brings new employment law changes, and 2015 is certainly no different. While the Government’s proposals to toughen the...
23 Sep 2015
An employment tribunal has awarded a domestic servant who brought one of the UK’s first claims for caste discrimination £184,000...
1 Sep 2015
Employers will soon be required to publish a modern slavery statement setting out how they protect against slavery in their...
4 Aug 2015
New FAQs covering various aspects of dismissal were among the most popular on XpertHR in July, including one on the...
31 Jul 2015
Large employers will have to publish a modern slavery statement for each financial year, the Government has confirmed.