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Top Holiday Tips

 Top Holiday Tips It’s that time again, summer and the holiday period, so we have put together some really useful tips and information to help you. Just click the links to take you straight to the facts: My housekeeper only has a domestic visa can she travel abroad with us? find the answer As …
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Your Holiday Check List

If you leave your home unoccupied while you are on holiday, it can be an irresistible target for thieves. that said, there are plenty of things that you can do to make your home, and the possessions contained within it, more secure while you are away. A home that looks like nobody is in can …
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Can they travel?

If staff only have a domestic visa, then they cannot travel. if they have indefinite leave to remain then they can travel with a schengen visa, which costs 60 euros. this allows the holder to travel freely in the schengen (europe) area (25 countries).

Tier 2 Visa System Review

In order to sponsor someone to work here, employers must be licensed by UK Visas and Immigration and, in most cases, need to apply for a restricted certificate of sponsorship, Uncertainties around the post-Brexit immigration situation has worsened for many employers in term of recruiting employees from non-EU countries as; the Philippines and Asia. However, …
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It’s Not Worth It!

With all the uncertainty around staff employment at present, some employers experiencing recruiting the right staff may be tempted to employ staff who do not have the right to work in the UK, but do have the right experience. However penalties are now truly severe. You can be sent to jail for 5 years and pay …
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Summer Time Blues

It’s that time again, Summer and people are thinking about holidays. But as an employer of Domestic/Household staff can you say NO, when a staff member asks specific holiday dates? The answer in short, is YES, you can. The Working Time Regulations 1998 only state that you must give workers a minimum of 5.6 weeks’ …
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Can We Learn From Industry?

Organisations with 250 staff or more are being urged to publish their shared parental leave on their websites to improve transparency and encourage competition on pay. “So what?” you may say, “we are not a big business”. Very true, but it’s also possible that your own staff are unaware of Shared Parental Leave and how …
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