Fifty Deliveroo riders are to receive a share in a six-figure settlement after they claimed they had been unlawfully denied rights including the national minimum wage and holiday pay.
Updated to reflect the lifting of restrictions on Croatian nationals' right to work in the UK, from 1 July 2018.
XpertHR's latest sickness absence rates and costs shows a reduction in absence rates nationally, but an increase in the cost to employers.
Updated to include a reference to the Government's consultation on exemptions from ICO fees.
The boss of iconic shoemaker Clarks has resigned after the British company said his behaviour had fallen short of the standards expected of its staff.
In Kilraine v London Borough of Wandsworth, the Court of Appeal held that an "allegation" can contain "information" and the terms are not mutually exclusive for the purposes of the whistleblowing legislation.
Updated to explain that we are retaining this guide on the site now that the GDPR is in force, as it remains useful for employers that are still working on their GDPR compliance plans.
An employment tribunal has ruled that a group of Hermes couriers are workers, rather than self-employed.
Why do so many managers shy away from having tough conversations with employees? Knowing what to say at the right time can help nip conflicts and other issues in the bud, explains Tania Coke from workplace mediation specialists Consensio.
We discuss the recent decision of Hextall v Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police and another, in which the EAT considered the question of whether or not employers are required to enhance statutory shared parental pay where maternity pay is enhanced.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to managing employees/workers.