Fresh warning for UK expats in case of No Deal Brexit.
Category: Employment Law News
Are workers putting businesses at serious risk?
Hermes becomes the latest participant in the gig economy saga.
Shop workers, mainly female, can now compare themselves to warehouse workers, mainly men, in terms of pay.
They come into play after it was estimated that 54,000 women a year may lose their jobs due to pregnancy or maternity.
HMRC accuses the discount supermarket chain of breaking minimum wage rules with a Christmas savings scheme.
Are good intentions enough to excuse GDPR breaches?
Uber has lost its appeal against a landmark gig economy ruling,
Under proposed new immigration rules, low-skilled workers from EU countries will no longer have the automatic right to work in the UK after Brexit,
A package of 12 announcements has been launched by Government to tackle sexual harassment at work.
Will plans announced by Government to improve the rights of workers on zero-hour contracts, agency employees and those working in the gig economy, live…
A fresh warning to employers on the importance of ensuring all employees sign their contracts of employment.
Deliveroo riders lose appeal against CAC decision from November 2017.
New research reveals that finding a work/life balance is important to both wellbeing and ensuring employees are GDPR-
Landmark case points to implications of protected characteristics.