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The Living Wage Foundation (LWF) have called for greater action to address insecure, low-paid work…
Last Modified: 11th June 2019
Landmark ruling confirms previous case law by concluding ‘sufficiently regular and settled overtime…
Last Modified: 11th June 2019
Move follows five-month review into tattoo policy. Following a number of controversies regarding…
Last Modified: 7th June 2019
The FIFA Women’s World Cup officially kicks off on Friday 7 June with twenty-four nations competing…
Last Modified: 5th June 2019
With June being Pride Month, organisations are encouraged to explore ways that can reassure…
Last Modified: 3rd June 2019
Enforcement method is part of the governmental strategy against minimum wage underpayers.
Last Modified: 30th May 2019
The World Health Organisation (WHO) define burn-out as ‘chronic workplace stress that has not been…
Last Modified: 29th May 2019
New plans announced by Secretary of State for Justice, David Gauke, will give prisons greater…
Last Modified: 28th May 2019
Failure to provide additional shared parental pay was not discriminatory treatment in two long-…
Last Modified: 23rd May 2019
New research shows that a number of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) employees have directly…
Last Modified: 22nd May 2019
Former cabinet minister, Maria Miller, has introduced a Bill that would prohibit organisations from…
Last Modified: 20th May 2019
New survey into LGBT sexual harassment finds inappropriate high levels workplace behaviour Friday…
Last Modified: 17th May 2019
With 2019’s Mental Health Awareness Week (13 – 19 May) drawing to an end, organisations should…
Last Modified: 15th May 2019
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has held that member states must require organisations to set…
Last Modified: 13th May 2019
Organisations face public reveal as part of enforcement action When the Government announced the…
Last Modified: 9th May 2019
Forty-two percent of staff would rather work a sixty-hour week than work for an organisation that…
Last Modified: 8th May 2019
Travelodge is to encourage students to apply to join the organisation by allowing flexible hours…
Last Modified: 7th May 2019
Committee makes further recommendations in response to government consultation
Last Modified: 3rd May 2019
This Sunday (5 May 2019) signifies the beginning of Ramadan, the holy month of the Islamic calendar…
Last Modified: 1st May 2019
Latest figures from the Ministry of Justice show there was a 37 per cent increase in claims in 2018…
Last Modified: 29th April 2019
The independent pay body reviews annual statistics to estimate underpayments.
Last Modified: 13th June 2019
UK workers would like to experience less physical contact at work according to a recent survey.…
Last Modified: 24th April 2019
Research from the Royal Statistical Society (RSS) outlines that just under 1,600 eligible…
Last Modified: 23rd April 2019
New survey reports longer hours do not increase employee productivity. Analysis undertaken by the…
Last Modified: 18th April 2019
Australian intentional faces termination for a “high level breach” of players’ Code of Conduct…
Last Modified: 17th April 2019
New legislation will require organisations to inform all casual employees about ‘essential aspects…
Last Modified: 15th April 2019
External review following online allegations lead to recommendations. A number of employees laid…
Last Modified: 11th April 2019
UK organisations struggle to enact change despite marginal improvement in gender pay pap figures…
Last Modified: 10th April 2019
New rules will extend the organisation’s existing ‘workday booze ban’ to tackle claims of…
Last Modified: 8th April 2019
Law change requires increased documentary transparency over worker payments From 6 April 2019, a…