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
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
An employment tribunal claim is always a worry for employers but you can go a long way to reducing your chances of legal action by being proactive and not ignoring issues once they arise, says David Sowle, managing director of SowLegal
New rules banning exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts came into effect today
IWGB claims the food-delivery startup “bogusly classes” employees as independent contractors while pressure on the gig economy grows
A number of whistleblowers have been castigated for acting in the public interest. But isn’t it time employers took whistleblowing more seriously?
Making allowances for different religions is good business practice – but the challenge is striking the appropriate balance
Fat shaming and perceptions of laziness are rife in the British workplace. However, employers should tread carefully as the law now gives additional protection to many larger people