New research finds that UK workers work more than twice as many unpaid overtime hours as workers in other European countries. Read the story here.
Tags: Employment law
Many workers are unaware that time spent travelling between assignments for their job should be counted as working time; employers must be aware of the issues around paid travel time. Find out everything you need to know here.
Where companies fall short in their duties to notify of changes or to apply for a new or extended sponsor licence, the consequences can be devastating for business operations, says Anne Morris.
With April marking Stress Awareness Month, a leading law firm has warned that the way employers deal with workplace stress is in serious need of change,
Hayley Marles, Senior Associate at DAS Law highlights ten important areas of the law that HR professionals and business owners need to be aware of…
A leading law firm has warned that compulsory gender pay gap reporting is not a quick fix for organisations which are struggling with the issue.
What important changes does the new regulation herald? Find out here.
From today, 1st April, workers earning the National Living wage will see some positive changes to their earnings and bargaining power. Click on the story to find out more.
Jonathan Beech, Managing Director of Migrate UK, discusses why the delay in exiting the EU is causing a major skills crisis, threatening our future workforces.
How can businesses, and in particular HR professionals, need to act to ensure that they are prepared for IR35 legislation in the private sector?
Kirsten Cluer demystifies the EU Settlement Scheme for all HR and employers in the UK. A must read!
Find out about the simple ways through which you can support anxious employees during Brexit.
An insight for HR professionals.
Advice for employers based on insights of the court rulings over cases involving protected characteristics disputes.
Employers are advised to reinforce the idea that they are a family-friendly organization.