Nearly three quarters (72%) of young employees aged 16 to 24 miss out on key employment rights at work, compared with just 27% aged 25 and over, according to a study by the Trades Union Congress...
There is a clear correlation between workplace fatalities and training provisions, according to new research from software company Cloud Assess.
A former charity employee who has dyslexia was discriminated against and unfairly dismissed, a tribunal has judged.
A bus driver’s menopausal symptoms did not qualify as a disability, and her claims of unfair constructive dismissal and discrimination were rejected by the tribunal.
Cruise operator Carnival UK was embroiled in a fire and rehire controversy last week (23 November), after it made legal provision to fire more than 900 UK-based crew and rehire them on less favourable...
Workers are leaving employment in their thousands due to the demands of unpaid care, according to research from Carers UK.
HR experts have warned that businesses are at risk from widespread AI scams in 2024.
Research found 61% of workers are unaware of the rights of people on zero-hours contracts, according to workplace arbitration body Acas.
Stress, depression and anxiety made up half of all work-related ill health in the past year, according to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).