Businesses are at increased risk of landing heavy fines for unintentional National Minimum Wage (NMW) breaches, according to Grant Thornton UK.
Uber drivers in the UK will now be entitled to the national minimum wage, holiday pay and rest breaks after being officially classed as workers rather than self-employed by the Supreme Court.
Pete Byrne, founder and CEO of employment law firm and ER technology business ESPHR, delves into the traditional relationship between HR departments and employment law teams – and what the missing...
HR magazine speaks to Simon Kerr-Davis, employment counsel at Linklaters about the legal implications of workers returning from furlough in part three of this month's cover story.
The increase in remote working since the COVID-19 outbreak has posed practical challenges for HR, including how to best manage disciplinary and grievance procedures remotely.
Emma Swan, partner and head of commercial employment law at Forbes Solicitors, looks at grey areas around the government’s 'Rule of Six’ law and what these mean for HR.
Employers have been warned that the deadline for EU workers to have made their UK visa applications is fast approaching.
Companies need to be careful not to make mistakes when submitting furlough claims to HMRC, law firm Wright Hassall has warned.
The UK government has issued new guidance on how and when employees should return to work.
COVID- 19 is presenting a global challenge on a scale that has not been seen in a generation. The extended lockdown is likely to reduce demand in some sectors even further.