Universal basic income has been described as everything between a utopian ideal and "dangerous nonsense", but with a trial due to take place soon with local authorities in Scotland, how likely is it that it could become a reality in the UK? Jo Faragher investigates.
The Government consults on proposals to reform the off-payroll working rules in the private sector.
This year's annual general meeting season has been marked by several significant rebellions by shareholders over senior employees' pay and bonuses, with AstraZeneca being the latest to see a revolt.
Freelance and contractor bodies have called a new Government consultation into IR35 tax reform a "fatal blow" to the UK's flexible work economy.
Updated to include a reference to a guide on sex discrimination and workplace dress codes by the Government Equalities Office.
Deliveroo has announced that it will make all permanent staff shareholders, in a move worth around £10m.
We discuss the key findings from the first tranche of gender pay gap reports and tips for employers preparing the 2019 report.
Could giving employees access to their salaries as they earn, rather than making them wait until pay day, be the answer to reducing financial stress? Simon Draper of Hastee Pay explains how instant access to their pay could benefit both employers and employees.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has announced plans that it said would enable it to become more effective when dealing organisations avoiding their pension obligations.
HM Revenue and Customs has secured back pay for more than 200,000 workers who did not receive the minimum wage, according to the latest figures.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pay and benefits.