Hundreds of UK firm’s gender pay gap increases

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In a report done by the BBC it has been discovered that four in ten companies state that their gender pay gap has increased since the last time that they published it.   In the research conducted by the BBC it was the company’s median pay gap that was analysed. The median pay gap is… Continue reading


Mental Wellbeing in the Workplace


“ Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of your clients “   Sir Richard Branson   Since setting up Sequoia Health 18 months ago, I have read several books from Entrepreneurs across various industries, however, this quote from Sir Richard Branson above… Continue reading


The Crossover between Health & Safety and Employment Law


This month, Daniel Meyer-Lopez from HPC Law outlines the relationship between health & safety and employment law.   It may seem like an obvious concept, but Health & Safety and Employment Law are intrinsically linked. An employee has a right to work in a safe environment. This includes everything from an employee on a building… Continue reading


Guest Blog: Planning for the end of the tax year

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Planning for the end of the tax year If your company’s tax year ends on 31 March, you’re not alone – plenty of UK businesses use the same date. Like them, you now have less than two months to take advantage of this year’s business tax allowances; and if you have longer, it’s still a… Continue reading


HPC Law – Case Law Update: January 2019

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HPC Law Update – January 2019 This month, Daniel Meyer-Lopez from HPC Law outlines some key case law updates.   Employee, worker or self-employed?   Over the last 12 months, there have been several decisions as to whether Claimants were self-employed, workers or employees. With the Uber and Hermes decisions ruling that taxi drivers and… Continue reading