The gig economy has created legal questions, but there are several areas besides worker status to consider
How can the UK’s hospitality and tourism industries remain competitive when there aren’t enough staff?
Many smaller firms risk breaching data protection laws with their poor management of paper documents
Uber announced new insurance to protect drivers, but does it go far enough to protect Uber in court?
Unfair dismissal laws and minimum wage legislation are widely supported by employers
Adesokan v Sainsbury’s Supermarkets reveals that a dereliction of duty can amount to gross misconduct
Barclays' chief exec attempted to find the author of anonymous letters, highlighting the importance of whistleblowing policies
Just one in 20 want to see ‘dramatic’ or ‘substantial’ change in employment laws as a result of the UK leaving the EU
Assessing potential and current staff in terms of their cultural fit can be invaluable in establishing an ethical culture
Employers need to know how to make this transition as smooth and supportive as possible
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