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Edward Troup and Lindsay Melvin discuss payroll and reward

Edward Troup and Lindsay Melvin discuss payroll and reward

In the first of a number of short interviews, Lindsay Melvin, former CEO of the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals  (CIPP), interviews Edward Troup, former Executive Chair of HMRC.

Could the GDPR become the next PPI platform for a generation of lawyers?

Could the GDPR become the next PPI platform for a generation of lawyers?

The onerous penalties for non-compliance with the new General Data Protection Regulations – €20m or four per cent of annual turnover, whichever is the larger – have no doubt helped to focus the minds of senior management and to galvanise action around businesses in the UK.

However, we predict that they will not be the only potential legal cost of non-compliance with the GDPR requirements.

Make HR and payroll central to your GDPR planning

Make HR and payroll central to your GDPR planning

It is not too late to start planning and preparing for the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation in May.

However, there is not much time. Unless you are an expert or an organisation that processes zero personal data (both of which are unlikely), if you haven’t already done so, start preparing immediately.

Morrisons’ case highlights GDPR risks

Morrisons’ case highlights GDPR risks

The payroll data leak at Morrisons ‘serves as a stark reminder of the financial and reputational issues at stake in the event of a data breach’ and, given the impending introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), highlights the need to have effective systems in place.

Concerns over gender pay gap compliance

Concerns over gender pay gap compliance

One in 10 employers will be unable to meet the deadline for reporting their gender pay gap, according to findings from RSM.

TPR secures section 72 prosecution

TPR secures section 72 prosecution

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has successfully prosecuted the majority shareholder of the company that bought BHS for £1.

A Budget of few surprises

A Budget of few surprises

The Chancellor Philip Hammond has presented his Budget to Parliament.

Unlike in previous years, there were few surprises in this Autumn’s Budget. However, one of the biggest changes likely to be welcomed by payroll professionals are the updates to employee expenses rules.

Don’t let payroll and HR become your GDPR Achilles heel

Don’t let payroll and HR become your GDPR Achilles heel

Companies are waking up to the fact that GDPR is real, that it will impact their operations fundamentally, that action needs to be taken now and that there are real and significant penalties for doing nothing.

However, we would urge companies to send HR and payroll employees for specific training on how to ensure data in those departments are fully compliant with the rules of the GDPR.

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Publishing pay ratios to be required

Publishing pay ratios to be required

Listed companies will have to reveal the pay ratio between their chief executive and their average worker in new measures being rolled out as part of corporate governance reforms.

Return to work support consultation launched

Return to work support consultation launched

The government has launched a consultation on how it can better support the return to work of those who have taken time out of paid employment to care for children or other family members.

It is seeking views about returners’ experiences, employers’ experiences of recruiting returners, and evidence on the barriers they face and support available to them. The call for evidence is part of a package of measures that the government has unveiled to help people get back to work.

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