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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.
If the change to your contract of employment is forced on you without agreement, you may be able to make a claim at Employment Tribunal.
From June 30th 2014, all employees will have the right to request flexible working if they have 26 weeks service. How will this affect small businesses?
Thinking about leaving your job and becoming self-employed? Ask yourself these questions first to help you decide if this is the right career move for you.
Vicki Jakes – a freelance digital project and marketing consultant – opens up about going self-employed, the challenges she's faced and her future goals.
Research has shown that business owners are younger now than previous years when they decided to set up their own business. We take a look.
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.
If you work through a personal service company, then you need to understand how Supervision, Direction, or Control affects travel and subsistence expenses.
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?
What makes Brighton an exciting place to launch a small business? Is it the sea air, or is it that the city is the creative and digital hub of the South?