Drones have opened up an abundance of opportunities for startups. But entrepreneurs better familiarise themselves with the law or risk seeing their profits crash to the ground
A Work and Pensions Committee inquiry accuses gig economy businesses of “free-riding on the welfare state” while urging the government to “close the loopholes”
With startups like Uber and Deliveroo facing tribunals due to the way they define those working for them, gig-economy entrepreneurs better get their heads around employment law
IWGB claims the food-delivery startup “bogusly classes” employees as independent contractors while pressure on the gig economy grows
New research from Crossflow Payments has shown that most SMEs aren’t even aware of the new late payment regulations and many aren’t holding their breath
The woman sent home for wearing flats says the government’s failure to add additional legislative protection is “a cop-out”
Given the consequences of facilitating money laundering, how can small firms spot potential illegal activity and protect both themselves and their businesses from becoming unwittingly involved?
As MPs call for a ban on sexist dress codes, research from CMI reveals that four in five managers have witnessed some form of gender discrimination in the workplace