Employed or unemployed, most today are entitled to some form of benefits. For those out of work or low paid, the government steps in and provides helplines in the ways benefit payments.
For employees there are also benefits to be obtained, and you the employer will have the responsibility of either providing or administering those benefits in the workplace. Don't let them be a headache, be aware of your responsibilities for providing employee benefits.
Most employees have certain statutory rights during employment or at their workplace. Likewise, employers have obligations to the workforce - particularly in relation to provision of certain perceived benefits. We talk not of the benefits classed as 'perks' but those that are statutory rights of the workforce and legally to be provided by the employer as part of the employment process.
March 9th 2017
***Child Tax Credit - From April this year the ‘family element’ of £545 per year will be abolished.***
March 8th 2017
**MPs are calling for a halt to the accelerating roll-out of Universal Credit as the ongoing problems are causing undue and unnecessary hardship**
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