65 per cent of staff think a four-day week is “unachievable”.
Promised reviews of IR35 could add to ‘chaotic nature’ of legislation.
Sajid Javid, Chancellor of the Exchequer has said he would like to review IR35.
Labour party repels alleged ‘cyber-attack’ as professionals in cybersecurity feel their company should do more to support their wellbeing
46 per cent believe cybersecurity skills shortages are negatively affecting their business.
Put an end to IR35 or delay it, IPSE and REC release election manifestos both addressing the legislation
Is time running out to scrap IR35 as 6th April 2020 fast approaches?
Labour MPs join forces to lobby companies to get behind BAME employees.
The DUP is planning to support Labour on calling for an end to the public sector pay cap in the NHS pay and against hikes in tuition fees , reports the Guardian.
Labour is to force a parliamentary vote to scrap the government’s latest rise in university tuition fees on Wednesday in what it believes is a binding motion.
Immigration takes centre stage again with the general election around the corner. We take a closer look at what each Party is proposing in their manifestos and what impact these policies may have on UK businesses.
Jeremy Corbyn is expected to promise that a Labour government would tackle discrimination by forcing all but the smallest companies to carry out compulsory pay audits of their staff.
The Conservative Party have returned to parliament alone following last week’s general election when they gained a majority with a surprising 331 seats to Labour’s 232. The Scottish National Party (SNP) won 56 of the 59 available in Scotland, the DUP took 8 in Northern Ireland, the Liberal Democrats slipped to just 8 seats and…
A breakdown of how each party’s policy will affect HR.
When asked which party leader they would hire to work for them 27 percent of 500 freelancers and microbusinesses across the UK said that they wouldn’t choose any of the candidates.
At the launch of the Labour manifesto, Ed Miliband makes promises to workers about pay and training.
The most valued policies for maintaining the employment market seem to come from the Tories.