employment law

5% of all employees are receiving no paid holidays

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Employees receiving no paid holidays A new study by the Resolution Foundation has found that 5% of all UK employees received no paid holidays last year. In addition 9% of employees failed to receive a payslip and 23% of workers paid at or near minimum wage were actually receiving less than the minimum wage in […]

GDPR

GDPR is one year old – is your church on track?

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GDPR is one year old

What is GDPR? This weekend marks the first anniversary of the introduction of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) legislation. GDPR is one! The Europe-wide legislation came into force on 25 May 2018, forcing churches, charities and businesses to think again about how they manage, store and destroy personal data along with introducing significant fines […]

GDPR

GDPR – no need to panic!

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Does the mere mention of GDPR make you feel slightly queasy? Maybe you’re not quite sure what GDPR is but you’re just sick of all the emails you’ve been getting over the past couple of weeks? Well….GDPR is here and it’s important that all organisations….large and small, public, private and not-for-profit…are aware of it and […]

GDPR

Shred it or keep it?

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Slowly, charities and small businesses are becoming increasingly aware of GDPR, the new data protection legislation that comes in to force in May this year. But do you know what it means for you and your business and how you keep, or securely destroy, personal data? The first article below, from the Small Business website, […]