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The Temporary Labour Market: What Challenges Do They Face?
Like many firms, across many industries, temporary labour providers have faced a number of challenges in recent months and for many innovation will be key to achieving ongoing success.
UK
28 Mar 2018
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Power Up: UK Skills
There is a great deal of uncertainty about which of today's jobs will continue to exist in even the near future.
UK
27 Feb 2018
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Digital Innovation In Mobility
One of the biggest challenges for Global Mobility will be how to bring digital innovation closer to the core of their function, disrupt their own ‘business as usual', and identify moments to adopt...
UK
5 Jan 2018
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The Connected Worker - Clocking In To The Digital Age
Services businesses' key asset is their people. With the Business and Professional Services sector employing 13% of the UK working population, it's crucial to understand how digital and...
UK
17 May 2017
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SMR – A Year On But With More To Do
7 March 2017 will mark a year since the commencement of the Senior Managers Regime (SMR) for banks, building societies, credit unions and PRA-designated investment firms.
UK
15 Mar 2017
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Talent For Survival: Essential Skills For Working In The Machine Age
You may have heard that robots are coming for your job. Rapid advances in robotics, big data and artificial intelligence are beginning to disrupt entire industries...
UK
21 Nov 2016
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The State Of The State 2016-17: As Seen Through The Lens Of NHS Leaders
This week, our Deloitte public sector practice, in collaboration with Reform, published their fifth annual report – The State of the State 2016-17: Brexit and the Business of Government.
UK
8 Nov 2016
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Working In A New Way: Engaging Millennial Talent
It would probably surprise you to learn that a quarter of your millennial employees – these born after 1985 – would like to quit their current jobs sometime this year.
UK
7 Nov 2016
9
Regulatory References | FCA Issues Its Final Rules
On 28 September the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) released a Policy Statement setting out its final rules on regulatory references under the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR).
UK
4 Nov 2016
10
Millennials, The Talent War And Real Estate
One of the largest generations in history is about to move into its prime years. By 2025, they will grow to represent 75% of theworkforce.
UK
26 Oct 2016
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2012 Top Five Total Rewards Priorities Survey - Strategic Challenges Zero In On Shortage Of Talent And Pressures Of Health Care
Organizations face a myriad of internal and external challenges that compete for attention, resources, and time.
UK
18 Jan 2013
12
Horizons - International News for Employers and International Secondees
Assignees to the Netherlands who meet the qualifying conditions can apply to have 30% of their remuneration exempted from Dutch income tax. Previously the 30% ruling could be applied for by the non-Dutch employer where individuals were seconded to the Netherlands between intra-group companies. The assignee would remain employed by the foreign company but payroll would be administered by the Dutch company, which would apply for the ruling. Under the decree this is no longer possible, and the app
UK
2 Nov 2005
13
Form 42: How Much Should Employers Know About Their Employees?
Jeremy Mindell, UK group employee tax manager of HHG PLC, focuses on the recent introduction of Form 42 by the Inland Revenue and its wider implications.
UK
17 Aug 2005
14
A Thorny Issue: Payments in Lieu of Notice : Tackling the issue of tax and NIC
The Inland Revenue is challenging the tax-free status of Payments in Lieu of Notice (PILONs), arguing that even where there is no PILON clause in an employment contract, these payments stem from the employment and, as a result, should be subject to income tax and NIC.
UK
12 Aug 2005
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Budget 2005 Tight, but not quite as tight as it looks
Roger Bootle, Deloitte's Economic Adviser, comments on the Budget
UK
17 Mar 2005
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