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Monday, May 9, 2005

Life is more complicated for small UK businesses

Even the smallest businesses in the U.K. now need to have detailed employee policies and practices in place these days, according to a new client advisory by London’s RadcliffesLeBrasseur.  According to the author, Robert O’Donovan, anyone who has even one employee must have the appropriate policies in place at the time of hiring, and failure to do so correctly can lead to fines.

The same firm, in a piece by Sejal Raja, notes that letting employees go for redundancy is also a good deal more complicated for the smallest employers than it used to be.

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