2 edition of Selective Employment Payments Act 1966 found in the catalog.
Selective Employment Payments Act 1966
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Selective Employment Payments Act CHAPTER An Act to provide for payments in certain circumstances in respect of persons in respect of whom selective employment tax has been paid. Selective Employment Payments Act CH.
32 ELIZABETH II An Act to provide for payments in certain circumstances in respect of persons in respect of whom selective employ- ment tax has been paid.
Selective Employment Payments Act CHAPTER 32 An Act to provide for payments in certain circumstances in respect of persons in respect of whom selective employment tax.
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List of mentions of the Selective Employment Payments Act in Parliament in the period to Search Help. HANSARD – → Acts (S) Selective Employment Payments Act [2 other Acts called Selective Employment Payments Act] Section Mentions House Date; ROYAL ASSENT: 1: Commons.
Selective Employment Payment Act Ministry of Labour v Alban Morgan; claim for repayment in the case of sub-post office. Date: Held by: The National Archives, Kew: Former reference in its original department: 1/SD / Legal status: Public Record(s) Closure status.
HL Deb 09 August vol cc § p.m. § Order of the Day for the House to be put into Committee read. § Moved, That the House do now resolve itself into Committee.—(Lord Champion.) § On Question, Motion agreed to. House in Committee accordingly.
§ [The EARL OF LISTOWEL in the Chair.] § Clause 1: § Selective employment premium. This series contains a Ministry of Pensions and National Insurance and successors ledger of refunds made, a set of forms and leaflets, and case files for firms and workers in particular categories.
Selective Employment Tax (SET) was a weekly payroll tax in the United Kingdom. It was levied against employers at a flat rate of 25s per man, and 12s 6d per woman.
SET was intended to subsidise manufacturing industry from the proceeds of the services industries, to help exports. The initiative [column ] and imagination of management is frustrated and distorted by the clutch of economic measures which have been brought along, discrimination in industrial development, the Selective Employment Payments Bill and the rest.
Management is discouraged from making a rational use of manpower, and it is with management that. Under the S.I.C.
list, milk processing was not regarded as a manufacturing industry. Thus, under the Selective Payments Act, milk processing did not qualify for either premium or refund. Not unnaturally, protests were made by the trade about this. Some remedy was given by the issue of the Standard Industrial Classification.
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But the March, issue of their own because that is the period fixed in the Contracts of Employment Act and the Redundancy Payments Act.
Link to this speech In context ; Vol.c. ] In winding up the Second Reading of the Selective Employment Payments Bill, the Chancellor of the Exchequer was much more explicit.
SELECTIVE EMPLOYMENT PAYMENTS BILL (ALLOCATION OF TIME) (Hansard, 18 July ) 18 July ) Search Help. HANSARD – → s → → July → 18 July → Commons Sitting → BILL PRESENTED. All the original learned authors of text books that may be cited in our courts of law are dead.
One may not cite them. The Act of Mareferred to in subsecs. (a)(4) and (b)(8), is act Mar. 31,ch. 26, 61 Stat. 31, which is classified as a note under this section.
Section 14 of the Federal Employees' Pay Act of (Public LawSeventy-ninth Congress), referred to in subsec. Explanationof wagesand conditions of employment Payment of gratuity Hours of work Over time Weekly rest Meal and health breaks Wages not to accrue during imprisonment (Special Provisions) Act, the Employment of Young Persons and Children Act, and the Minimum Wages and Conditions of Employment Act, ; and.
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by his or her employment. FECA Compensation Benefits Continuation of Pay In the case of a traumatic injury, an employee is eligible for continuation of pay for up to 45 days.2 Continuation of pay is paid by the employing agency and is equal to % of the employee’s rate of pay at the time of the traumatic injury.Methods of Payment – Employers may pay wages by money order, check, draft, note, memorandum, payroll debit card, or other acknowledgment of indebtedness to become due, negotiable and payable in cash without discount, at an establishment within the state, the name of which must appear on the.Payment of whole award in trust.
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