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There is very little difference in employment law between England and Wales, some differences in Scotland but important differences in Northern Ireland.
What are teh EU Driver's Hours Rules and how will they affect small businesses? We take a look at the exemptions, the rules and the duties involved.
We look in detail at all the points you need to consider and the documents you need when employing staff, casual workers and freelancers / contractors.
Did you know that in many circumstances employees now have the right to take time off work to deal with an emergency involving someone who depends on them?
A comprehensive guide to Service Companies and VAT for people working in the entertainment industry.
Whether you're a freelancer, contractor or employee, you're still protected to a variety of workers rights. Our guide explores the law around this.
Anyone who is defined as a 'worker' is entitled to a selection of workers rights. We look at the minim wage, overtime, equal pay and unpaid experience.
Fixed Term Contracts have always been popular with employers as a way to fill a 'gap' for a temporary period, but we also know they can be abused.
If relationships with those working for you, or those you're working for, aren't going well, you may need to know more about pre-termination negotiations.
It’s a long title, but these Regulations are important for Limited Company Contractors (or Personal Service Companies) and agency temps.
In 2015, the Equality Act 2010 was amended to require employers to reveal details of their gender pay gap. What what this mean for business?
Are internships a beneficial experience for both Employers and graduates, or potentially unethical exploitation? Here we look at what they offer.
Once upon a time, Sunday's were the quietest day of the week, but now many people are working on the seventh day. We look at your rights on Sunday working.
There are various ways your Employment can come to and - but if you are an Employee you have the right not to be unfairly dismissed.