There were more men in part-time roles in 2017 than there were two decades ago, resulting in a "hollowing out" of the male pay distribution, a study has found.
One in 10 workers did paid overtime in the UK in the past year but only a fifth received "time and half" or more for working those hours.
Updated to include information on the ECJ decision in The Sash Window Workshop, in which a worker was entitled to carry over paid annual leave where he had not been given the opportunity to take it.
Justine Greening has announced new pilot programmes to look at ways of supporting and employing teachers flexibly, and enhancing coaching schemes for women working in education.
It's been a year since social media giant Facebook launched its first foray into workplace communication. Ajai Seghal shares how The Chemistry Group uses Workplace and the impact he believes the collaboration tool and platforms like it will have on our working lives.
Flexible working options should be a standard offering in new roles if employers and recruiters are to meet the challenges of the labour market.
The key issue behind the recent troubles at Ryanair was a failure to plan for pilots' leave. Why do so many organisations still rely on outdated systems to manage such important aspects of their business, asks Chris McCullough.
Updated to include information on British Airways v Pinaud, in which the EAT held that a part-time employee had been subjected to less favourable treatment in relation to days of availability to work.
Employees' desire for flexible working far exceeds companies' capacity to offer it, a report published today has found.
A report published today by Acas calls for more flexible working for parents returning to work after parental leave as a way to tackle gender inequality and the gender pay gap.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to work organisation and working patterns.