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Every independent school is an employer and therefore requires familiarity with employment law and practice.

Employment law is a constantly evolving area with numerous changes being implemented each year.

National Minimum Wage and sleep-in workers

ISC associations are monitoring a Court of Appeal case considering whether employees who work sleep-in shifts should be entitled to the national minimum wage for the entirety of the shift, not just when they are awake and carrying out duties. The judgement should be delivered in the coming months and will likely be relevant to the sector, in particular boarding schools.

11 April 2018

Rates and thresholds for employers 2018 to 2019

Changes to statutory rates and thresholds for payroll, expenses and employee benefits.

11 April 2018

ACAS has published the following guidance

12 January 2018