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Although many commentators believe that the AWR were not intended to apply to ‘professionals’ with their own limited companies it is certainly possible.
We take a look the Equality Act and how this must be implemented at work, what this means for small businesses, and why it's important.
Your job is at risk of redundancy, and your employer has offered you redeployment to another job in the same company. Are you obliged to take it?
Neither an employee, nor an employer, has the right to record a meeting – unless both parties agree to the recording. Read more here.
When is a business classed as an intermediary, and what does this mean for intermediary businesses and contractors? Our article has the information you need to know about employment intermediaries, whether your business is one, and what is expected of you if you are.
There are a whole host of regulations and laws in place to protect workers from being exploited in regards to working hours, break and holiday.
What can freelancers and contractors do if they are injured during their job at a client's premises? We explore the legislation.
An estimated 22% of the UK’s working population are lone working, so employers and contractors need to consider if this is an issue for them.
How likely is it that your employer or client will be keeping an eye on you? In the eyes of the law, can your employer spy on you at work?
Don't have a fixed place of work and travel directly to clients? The ECJ decided in September 2015 that travel time counts as working time. We take a look.
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.