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We take a look at George Osborne's 'Shares for Rights' scheme, which came into legislation in August- the good, the bad and the ugly.
The Ministry of Defence has published a whitepaper aimed at helping them plan their resourcing requirements when reserve forces are deployed on operations.
There is nothing in agency workers legislation that prevents employers from choosing permanent staff over agency workers for job vacancies.
Managing emails can slow down productivity so it's always good to have a few hacks to make email use more efficient. We take a look.
If your break at work is interrupted, are you entitled to compensation, or a longer break? Not according to the Working Time Regulations. We take a look.
There have been a lot of questions about whether agency workers are entitled to the same rights at employed workers, we look at the changing environment.
There are different rules for drivers depending on what they drive. All the rules here apply to vehicles that are used for the ‘carriage of goods by road’.
Our second installment on professional references covers employer obligations and data protection practices. Read more here.
In part one of our look at personal references, we explore the reasons why employer's like to have references and what this means for workers.
With freelancing comes great freedom including the ability to work while you are travelling. We take a closer look at so-called digital nomads.
Have you taken a contract or freelancing position abroad, only to be dismissed once you were there. It's not unusual but it is difficult. We explore.
PCAW are covered by a duty of confidentiality that means that they will not disclose your details to your Employer when you speak to them.