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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.
HMRC is now launching an investigation into compliance by companies providing the correct employment rights, status, and benefits to their workers.
Our advice on zero-hour contracts employee rights, including working hours, rest breaks & holiday entitlements has been updated for 2017. Read now!
If you secure overseas business, what do you need to consider when sending your contractors, your employees, or even just yourself abroad?
How the Government expects organisations to develop a credible and accurate slavery and human trafficking statement, and what must be disclosed.
Changes within the 2010 Equality Act now see employers being liable for harassment of their workers by third parties. We explore the new regulations.
Legislation called the Deregulation Bill becomes law on 1st October and will impact self-employed workers and contractors.
Employers should have clear rules about smoking in the workplace but does current legislation cover e-cigarettes and does this need reassessing?
A good, fair and well-designed bonus scheme can be a perfect way to increase your staff’s productivity and so your bottom line.
What happens if your employment terms have changed without your consent? We take a look at the 'Custom and Practice' terms and what they mean for you.