Addison Lee has lost its claim at the Employment Appeal Tribunal that its drivers were self-employed.
The time it takes employees to get to and from work has increased over the past decade, even if they walk or cycle. Travel times to and from work are now five minutes longer than in 2007, according to analysis from the TUC.
A judge who is attempting to be recognised as a "worker", therefore entitling her to certain employment rights, is taking her appeal to the Supreme Court.
The longstanding Childcare Vouchers scheme ended on 4 October and has been replaced by the government's Tax-Free Childcare scheme. How can employers navigate the new incentive and communicate the changes to staff? Julie Barker from Hawk Incentives looks at the options.
We round up our resources that will help employers avoid problems at the work party and manage other issues that can arise during the festive season. Our resources include research on employers' arrangements for work, rest and celebrations over the Christmas and New Year period.
Agile working is often pitched as the solution to the UK's productivity and engagement issues, but do employers trust staff enough to deliver what is needed? Or are current flexible working policies too restrictive? Ashleigh Webber reports from the CIPD annual conference and exhibition.
Prime minister Theresa May is planning a series of measures to toughen workers' rights, including the ending of the Swedish derogation rule that allows employers to pay agency workers less than their permanent counterparts.
There has been a "reversal" in the number of migrants in workplaces as both EU and non-EU workers lose interest in coming to the UK to work.
Six Ryanair cabin crew were dismissed by the airline this week for "breach of trust" after a photograph was circulated on social media showing the employees apparently asleep on the floor at an airport crew room.
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