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  • High noon for high risk tax schemes

    HMRC have issued a consultation document to counter the continued marketing and use of high risk tax avoidance schemes. The document - "High Risk Tax Avoidance Schemes" - proposes to list tax avoidance schemes that are unlikely to deliver t... 

  • Heads roll with strike

    Unless you've been living in the cloud recently you cannot have failed to note that 750,000 public workers, including teachers, have called what is in effect a general strike for 30 June over the issue of proposed changes to their pension scheme. ... 

  • Is autism more common in areas of high IT employment?

    A fascinating study from the University of Cambridge appears to suggest that the rate of autism among children could be much higher in areas that have a strong focus on the IT industry 

  • Pensions Regulator Rules

    The Pensions Regulator has said that it has begun to help educate employers about what they must do to comply with the automatic enrolment reforms that take effect in October 2012. In case you've missed it, the reforms require all employers to a... 

  • Fit for a Queen

    As if we haven't been overrun with extra bank holidays in 2011, the Government has announced that there will be an extra bank holiday in 2012 to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. By moving the late May bank holiday back to Monday 4 June and addi... 

  • Restless staff?

    According to jobs website, Monster, 30 per cent of workers spend more than three hours a week looking for a job whilst at work, 16 per cent look for more than five hours a week and a staggering 7 per cent look for ten hours or more a week. That's a l... 

  • Vulnerable travellers have a new patron saint

    Under EC regulations, we are all entitled to refunds for cancelled and delayed flights. But there's a catch, of course. The airlines hold all the cards and make claiming your refund nigh on impossible. With all the narrow eyed, rat like cunning of a ... 

  • The important of a binding agreement

    Time and time again the courts see disputes come before them because the detail of an agreement was not written down. Another example, the case of Eaton v Caulfield, proves the point well. In this instance, two men had agreed to set up a limited ... 

  • "Nobody puts Baby in the corner"

    Employers are always looking for ways to retain valued and valuable members of staff and one area under constant review is - and should be - the issue of childcare. Whilst the Daycare Trust is consulting on the subject of finding affordable and u... 

  • Who decides if open source is best for public sector bodies?

    Bit of a bust up between open source provider Sirius Corporation and Computacenter over an open source proof of concept projectwith Bristol City Council. Sirius boss Mark Taylor is not impressed, suggesting large system integrators like Computacenter...