What do you need to know about The Taylor Review

The Taylor Review is an independent evaluation of modern working practices within Britain today. The review was completed by Matthew Taylor, a former policy chief to Tony Blair. According to the review, its overriding objective is that all work in the UK economy should be fair and decent with realistic scope for development and fulfillment. What… Read more »

5 ways CSR can improve your Employer Brand

Corporate Socially Responsibility, often shortened to CSR, is seen to be an important factor when it comes to business. 9 out of 10 consumers expects businesses to address social and environmental issues. But what about your Employer Brand? Can CSR really make an impact on recruitment and retention of employees? We think so and here… Read more »

CSR: Putting People First with Beanstalk

CE Back Office welcomed reading charity Beanstalk to their Nantwich office last week. Together with Beanstalk we were celebrating 6 months successful volunteering partnership. During this time, CE Back Office have provided volunteer readers to Bridgemere C of E Primary School in Cheshire 2 afternoons a week as part of our CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)… Read more »

Understanding the Apprenticeship Levy with South Cheshire College

The Apprenticeship Levy came into force on 6th April 2017 but not all Employers have had the time to understand the changes. Our brief update, put together with the help of South Cheshire College, gives Employers of all sizes a guide to the Apprenticeship Levy. Our Apprenticeship Levy download our Apprenticeship Levy White Paper provides… Read more »

Uber drivers are not self-employed… so are your subbies self-employed?

Last week the GMB union won its case against Uber with the court ruling that British Uber drivers are not Self-employed and are instead Employees. As such, they are entitled to employee rights including National Minimum Wage (NMW), holiday pay, statutory sick pay (SSP). Despite Uber confirming they will appeal the decision, this case is… Read more »