The government has been urged to introduce mandatory reporting on the ethnicity pay gap for all companies employing more than 250 workers by charities ShareAction and the Runnymede Trust in a new...
A tribunal has found that retailer Marks & Spencer unfairly fired an autistic man after a colleague complained about his behaviour.
The government has launched a five-year plan which aims to prevent suicide and self harm in England, detailing the role of employers, emergency services and online safety.
In the UK, the average worker has £28,000 in stranded pension pots, according to new research from wealth manager Netwealth.
Job centres’ quantity over quality approach means employers are bombarded with inappropriate applications, according to a new report by think tank IPPR.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has created a new taskforce to draft new legal protections to ensure AI is regulated fairly at work.
A manager at Lloyds Bank who used the 'N-word' during a race education session, was unfairly dismissed, a tribunal has found.
Network Rail has withheld annual performance-related pay (PRP) bonuses from RMT union members who took part in strikes.