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How much paternity leave are fathers entitled to?

By Employment Law, HR Software, Paternity leave

If your staff member’s partner is pregnant, adopting a child or having a baby through a surrogate, they will be eligible for statutory paternity leave and pay. In this article, we break down what those eligible staff members are entitled to in 2021. To learn more about paternity leave and pay, check out the UK Government support hub, the ACAS support page, or head over to another Natural HR blog to learn about if the current entitlement is long enough or if it should be extended. How much time off are your staff entitled to? When it comes to paternity…

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Natural HR webinar round-up: HR Investigations, Grievances and Disciplinaries: How to reduce your risks?

By Employee Management, Employment Law, Legal, Natural HR, Webinar

In the latest episode of our Expert HR series, Natural HR was joined by Kate Marston, Director of Mast People Support, to discuss everything to do with HR Investigations, Grievances, and Disciplinaries and, most importantly, how businesses and HR teams can reduce the risks posed by them. Please note, this is a review of the items discussed during the webinar. You can view the full video recording of the webinar on our website here. All items and discussions covered in this represent the webinar and don’t represent the views of Natural HR. Natural HR are not solicitors or qualified legal…

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2020 UK employment law changes

Three changes to UK employment law due in April you need to know about

By Employment Law

In the last 10 years, the UK has seen the first December General Election since the 1920s, watched countless hours of news coverage on the topic of Brexit and witnessed Larry the cat assume office as Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office. Yet the dawn of a new decade heralds some important changes and new additions to UK employment law that come into force in April 2020 including amendments to the Working Time Regulations 1998 and Employment Rights Act 1996. Read on to find out what the law currently states, what changes will come into effect on Monday 6th April…

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