Weekly Review of Developments 8/3/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 8 March 2019
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What we learned this week:
- The really important test when determining whether to suspend an employee is whether there is reasonable and proper cause
- More than a million public sector workers are earning less than the ‘real living wage’ in the UK
- HMRC has opened a consultation on how new rules will work that will make businesses liable for determining the tax status of contractors who work through personal service companies
- New cases of insolvency in Northern Ireland fell for the fourth consecutive year in
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