One in four (23%) men who became a father last year were not eligible to receive statutory paternity pay.
A High Court judge today granted permission for Deliveroo couriers to challenge a previous ruling that they could not be classified as workers.
With four weeks of World Cup football matches about to kick off, what do employers need to be wary of, and are there ways to use the tournament as a way to bring staff together? Personnel Today rounds up five considerations for employers.
In Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and another v Smith, the Supreme Court unanimously held that a "self-employed" plumber qualified as a "worker" under the statutory provisions and was entitled to the rights of a worker.
Updated to include information on Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and another v Smith, in which the Supreme Court held that a "self-employed" plumber qualified as a "worker" under the relevant statutory provisions.
London transport organisation TfL has a better "staff first" ethos than any other major business in the UK, according to a new survey by jobs site Indeed.
We discuss how employers can make the World Cup 2018 a positive event for both their employees and their business interests.
Organisations with 250 staff or more are being urged to publish their shared parental leave policies on their websites to improve transparency and encourage competition on pay.
Updated to reflect ICO guidance on verbal subject access requests.
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