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.
Further to the Chancellor’s statement on Friday 23 September, some important changes impacting on payroll need to be noted by employers.
From 1 May 2021, Dependant’s pass holders who wish to continue working in Singapore will need to apply for a relevant work pass, such as an Employment Pass or an S Pass.
Recent changes have been made by MOM in regard to Intra-corporate Transfers (ICT) and Employment Passes.
With the announcement of the UK roadmap out of lockdown by the PM, we thought it beneficial to set out what the current roadmap looks like and how it will affect your business and employees.
With much trepidation for everyone following the year that we have all experienced, it would be easy to forget the word Brexit and Free Movement amongst all of the news.
The Government has extended the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme until October 2020. Extending the scheme in its current form until July will provide workers, businesses and the economy with clarity on this vital support.
From a radio interview with the Labour Minister last week it would appear applications can start to be made in June with the aim of making the first payment (50%) also in June.
Extension of Movement Control Order (MCO) – 1 April 2020 to 14 April 2020