CBI urges government to protect UK businesses from 'unacceptable' ECJ ruling on holiday pay
Scottish Affairs Committee raises concerns that zero hours contracts create unbalanced relationship in favour of employer
With companies under the spotlight for their use of unpaid interns, employers would be wise to brush up on the legalities of such arrangements
With health and safety legislation in the midst of change, employers’ obligations have been put back under the spotlight
It can be easy to think that instant dismissal in gross misconduct cases means you can instantly turf a troublesome employee out on their ear. But, in practice, employment law is rarely so straightforward
Bullying and harassment can often scar victims for life. What more reason, therefore, does an employer need to keep their house in order?
The government has stepped up its game in trying to tackle legislative burdens for enterprise. But, long term, could the recent employment law reforms cause more problems than they solve?
Employment minister Jo Swinson reports 100 companies to HMRC for alleged abuse of internship schemes