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Happy holidays? Trouble brewing for employers on the pay front

Posted on Jun 10, 2014 By In Employment news

Ian Watson, a veteran employment law trainer and consultant, examines the latest decision that commission should be included for employees heading off on annual leave. With the holiday season fast approaching, there is one thorny issue that can cause major headaches: holiday pay. For many years calculating the amount to

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A new age for the older employee

Posted on Mar 25, 2014 By In Inside the world of work

With many more people wanting to work beyond the retirement age, there are clear channels to ensure everyone is treated fairly. Adelle Morris, of Grigor & Young and Moray Employment Law in Elgin (pictured), examines the options. We are all working longer in life. More people are concerned about their

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Capital guest house owner named for failing to pay decent wages

Posted on Mar 08, 2014 By In Employment news

An Edinburgh guest house owner  is among those who has been named and shamed by Business Secretary Vince Cable for failing to pay the correct National Minimum Wage. The UK government is introducing a series of tougher measures to crack down on employers who flout the law. The first of

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