The following article from Simon Davidge of Mercer is one of a series published on the UHR website in the run-up to UHR’s 2022 Conference: Everyone Onboard! Find out more about all of our partner organisations for 2022 here.
If you are struggling to funnel your international taxes resources and looking at what countries your staff or students may be attending (potentially without you knowing), you might want to look at UUKi’s recent publication International Facts and Figures 2021.
The USS Joint Negotiating Committee (JNC) decided on 31 August 2021 to progress the proposal put forward by UUK for reform of USS benefits, writes Rebecca Dodd of Mercer’s Higher Education Group.
Higher education has been struggling with a leadership identity crisis since the deregulation of student numbers and increased marketisation, write colleagues from #UHR21 partners GatenbySanderson.
Caroline Jones at BDO has prepared an article for universities offering tax-free accommodation to their university staff following the removal of the 'representative occupier' concession from 6 April 2021.
The 2018 Senior Staff Remuneration Code was a welcome step forward in the governance of remuneration. An (interim) review of the Code has been initiated by the CUC (Committee of University Chairs) and carried out with the support of AdvanceHE.
You have probably already been bombarded with updates following theChancellors statement to the house today. This article highlights what we actually know about the measures introduced and how it might impact HEIs.
Further updates were announced to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme on 12 June 2020 and the “Changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme”policy paper was released. HMRC’s“Check if you can claim for your employees’ wages through the Coronovirus Job Retention Scheme”guidance has also been updated
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