A bill seeking to ban zero-hours contacts and bolster workers' rights is to come before parliament for a second reading next week.
Two fifths of women and a fifth of men in the UK say they have experienced unwanted sexual behaviour at work, an in-depth poll for the BBC has found.
Major companies should be jointly liable for non-compliance with employment regulation uncovered in their supply chains, Matthew Taylor - lead author of this summer's Taylor review - urged yesterday while giving evidence to a joint hearing of two House of Commons select committees.
As Mike Ashley's company hits the headlines again for its working practices, can it overcome its problems or do the issues run deeper? Virginia Matthews reports.
Updated to reflect that, from 1 April 2017, it is an offence for training providers to describe training as an "apprenticeship" where it is not a statutory apprenticeship.
Demand for interim managers has risen impressively since the UK's decision to leave the EU. Jo Sweetland, managing partner at recruitment specialists Green Park, considers why this might be the case.
Workers on zero hours contracts could be given the right to request a move to a fixed number of hours.
Half of people on zero hours contracts wrongly believe that they are not entitled to paid holidays, research by Citizens Advice has revealed.
Companies that want to employ people on zero hours contracts could face a hike in the minimum wage rate, the author of a review into modern working practices has proposed.
The number of people working without guaranteed hours or baseline employment rights has grown by 660,000 (27%) over the past five years, according to TUC research.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to zero hours and casual contracts.