Rise of Formal Grievances in the Workplace

The COVID pandemic jolted society in every country and changed our perceptions in profound ways, but in the UK it also jolted the foundation of a workplace model which had not much changed since the 1920’s.

From the 1st of October right to work checks will change

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the government introduced digital ways for employers to check employee’s right to work in the UK because of the difficulties associated with manually checking documents. These arrangements ended on 30 September 2022.

Significant Changes to Fit Notes

Round Up of Employment Tribunal Cases & SSP Rebate Scheme Ended Black Mountain Group

There are some important changes being introduced to streamline the process for issuing and certifying fit notes which employers need to be aware of and consider.

Digital Right to Work Checks from 6th April 2022 20/01/22

Right to work guidance and late applications - 28/06/2021

New legislation will be issued effective from 6 April 2022 with the introduction of a new scheme allowing employers to undertake Right to Work & DBS checks to use certified Identification Document Validation Technology (IDVT) service providers and the team at Black Mountain will send out further updates once recieved – Source|: GOV.UK

Singapore HR Update – March 2022

BREAKING NEWS 26-08-2021 End of The Adjusted Right to Work Checks Extended to 5 April 2022

COMPASS enables employers to select high-quality foreign professionals, while improving workforce diversity and building a strong Singaporean core. It is a transparent system that gives businesses greater clarity and certainty for manpower planning.

Global Payroll Newsletter – March 2022

The March 2022 Blue Marble newsletter is focused on global payroll funding and money movement, the pros and cons of a 4-day work week, and global expansion and integration.

Living with Covid-19 & the Workplace – 23/02/2022

Self-Isolation New Rules & Furlough Scheme Ending 16-08-21 black mountain hr advice

Following the UK government announcement on the 21 February, we are now able to understand the plans to living with Covid-19. The start of the withdrawal of the legislation/regulations that came into effect in 2020 will start as of 24 February. There will be further updates/guidance by the government issued over the next couple of months.

Hong Kong HR Update 02/22

Business Recovery and Global Expansion Black Mountain Group HR Payroll Services

A Brief Recap of Some of the Legislative HR Changes in Hong Kong over the past 12 Months Potential Termination of Unvaccinated Staff On 8 February 2022 the Government announced a series of anti-epidemic measures which included banning unvaccinated persons from entering an additional six types of premises, namely shopping malls, department stores, religious venues, […]