Riders hired by Deliveroo do not have an employment relationship with the food delivery giant and cannot be represented by a trade union, the Supreme Court has ruled.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released new guidance on workplace monitoring after research found 70% would find it intrusive to be monitored by an employer.
Pressure to return to the office full-time is mounting in some workplaces, causing a wave of employees in the US to sue for ‘geographical discrimination'.
A petition has been started for a statutory requirement for employers to offer career breaks for parents with a seriously ill child, but some have questioned the practicality of such a policy.
Angela Rayner, deputy leader of the Labour Party, promised to ban zero-hours contracts if Labour comes into power at the next election.
Taxi and private-hire platform Veezu is being taken to employment tribunal by law firm Leigh Day to contest the employment status of its workers.
As the UK gears up for its next general election, the CIPD has made a series of recommendations to the incoming government in its new Manifesto for Good Work.
So far this year we have seen a wave of new laws bringing in new rights for workers. The latest to be added is The Workers (Predictable Terms and Conditions) Act 2023, which has been given Royal...
Substance abuse in the workplace is on the rise. Approximately 70% of the people who are into substance use are full-time employees.
The system which gave one million Belgian workers an 11% pay rise earlier this year has been described by a government adviser as having the potential to make UK pay fairer.