Recruiters need to be aware of sick pay proposals or risk fines

Recruiters have been warned to be alive to government proposals that could see millions of workers receive statutory sick pay (SSP) for the first time or risk being fined.

Earlier this week, government announced a consultation on changes that would see eligibility for SSP extended to those earning below the current threshold of employees earning at least the equivalent of 14 hours on the...

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