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Fit for Work

Fit for Work is a service that supports employees on sick leave, their employers and GPs. 

Minimum Wage and Living Wage

 New legislation means that employers must start paying the National Living Wage from April 2016.  

Annual Leave

The result of a recent case has made a definitive stance on time limit that an employee on sick leave must use their annual leave by when it is carried over into a new year.

Trimingham Log Cabin Youth and Community Resource Centre Open Days

Trimingham Log Cabin Youth and Community Resource Centre is a new refurbished facility in North Norfolk. The Kearns Foundation will be holding two open days where there will be a chance to win two free nights accommodation at the Log Cabin Youth and Community Resource Centre:

  •  Fri 2nd October from 10.00am - 2.00pm
  • Sat 7th November from 10.00am - 4.00pm

Government sets out 10-point plan for the rural economy

Defra secretary and Norfolk MP Liz Truss has published a 10-point plan for boosting productivity in rural areas. 

Norfolk County Council's Hate Crime Survey

Norfolk County Council has a legal responsibility under the Equality Act 2010 to have due regard to eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation, advancing equality of opportunity and fostering good relations between people.  They have created a short survey to inform the future strategy in tackling hate/mate incidents in all its forms going forward.

Government to develop 10-point plan for the rural economy

The government is to develop a 10-point plan for the rural economy as part of its efforts to increase productivity. 

Volunteer and Awareness Co-ordinator

Volunteer and Awareness Co-ordinator

Salary £22,000pa (37 hours per week)

Commute could soon count as working time for mobile workers

The Advocate General of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has given his opinion on what constitutes 'working time' for mobile workers under the Working Time Directive. According to him, if workers travel from home to a variety of different locations to carry out their duties, the time spent travelling to the first and from the last assignments of the day should count as working time.

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