Just one in 20 want to see ‘dramatic’ or ‘substantial’ change in employment laws as a result of the UK leaving the EU
Could one-hour contracts prove a happier medium between zero-hours contracts and full-time employment?
£322 million was collected from SMEs, and £383 million was collected from large businesses in the past year
Research uncovered a mismatch between HR manager and employee perceptions of religious discrimination
With Article 50 now triggered and talk of tougher work permits and resident labour market tests, what might hiring look like post-Brexit?
Everything you need to know about meeting your legal requirements
Using DNA in any kind of workplace context throws up myriad ethical questions
A range of technology can be used to monitor the activity levels and movements of employees
The potential technology-related legal pitfalls HR needs to consider in the future of work
Never forget those numbers are human beings
Monitoring employees’ health and productivity is growing in popularity, but could have sinister repercussions
A BBC investigation showed the challenge of protecting posted workers while upholding EU economic freedoms