Contents tagged with The Modern Slavery Act 2015

  • What is required of employers to prevent modern slavery?

    Tags: Employment Law, The Modern Slavery Act 2015

    Since its recent introduction, the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA 2015) has sought to incentivise businesses to tackle the issue of modern slavery. It brought with it the introduction of three new offenses:

    1. Holding people in slavery or servitude or requiring them to perform forced or compulsory labour;

    2. The arranging or facilitating of human trafficking, arranging the travel of people with a view to exploiting them; and

    3. Committing an offence with the intention of human trafficking, including aiding and abetting.

    One way the MSA 2015 seeks to bring an end to modern slavery is by way of transparency. The MSA 2015 requires that businesses which provide good or services with an annual turnover of £36 million or more publish an annual statement which discloses the steps they … more

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  • LEGAL UPDATE: Payslips

    Tags: Payslips, Employment Rights Act 1996

    Issuing payslips is normally a routine process and you may not give a lot of thought to the legislation behind it.  In fact, the law imposes strict obligations on employers regarding what must be displayed in the payslip.

    What right does the law provide?

    The law states that an employee has the right to a written itemised payslip by their employer on or before pay day.

    Do I need to give it to everyone at my organisation?

    This right is provided to all employees. It does not extend to workers, contractors or freelancers.

    What should it include?

    The payslip, which can be provided electronically or in printed form, must include the following information:

    • the gross amount of wages or salary;

    • the amounts of any variable and any relevant fixed deductions and the … more

    

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