Deliveroo has indicated it’s prepared to provide riders with benefits, and has called for the creation of a new classification for gig economy workers.
Direct Earnings Attachment policy gives the Department for Work and Pensions the power to ask you to deduct money from an employee. What can you do?
A bike courier working for CitySprint has won a case giving her rights to holiday pay, Statutory Sick Pay, and the Minimum Wage.
All visitors from Crunch who complete the free online legal health check will get access to unlimited free legal documents from Lawbite for eight weeks.
Getting out of the office might be the best decision you ever make. Here are a few things to consider when deciding whether working from home is for you.
Universal Credit combines & simplifies many benefits & tax credits into a single payment - but improvements can be made to the programme.
Metallica and Napster have learned to co-exist. But did file-sharing create a race to the bottom for musicians, or liberate them from greedy middle-men?
Jo Fortune of Lawbite explains how UK SMEs are struggling due to reluctance to get better legal cover, and how doing this can save your business money.
Would you pay more National Insurance to receive the same benefits as full-time employees? We explore a policy proposal from the RSA's Entreprenerial Audit.
Major policy proposals for government to consider across a broad range of areas, including National Insurance, Business Rates, Universal Credit, and more.