SMEs are blaming cashflow issues for delays in paying freelance workers.
As the race for the UK's next Conservative leader comes down to two candidates, Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, HR leaders consider what they would like to be a priority for the next prime minister.
Organisations such as Barclays, Lloyds Group, Virgin Money and British Airways have offered their staff one-off bonus payments to help with soaring living costs, yet bonuses might not be a quick fix...
Following the 2021 Supreme Court ruling that found Uber drivers are classed as workers under UK law, the government has launched new guidance on employment status.
Disabled men are more likely to be unemployed than non-disabled men, disabled women and non-disabled women in the UK.
Over half of employees (60%) have said their employer actively discourages them from taking time off, according to new research.
A spa employee has been awarded a settlement by her former employer after a tribunal found she was unfairly dismissed for being pregnant.
Media company Ladbible has introduced a new abortion policy to staff globally which includes offering up to 10 days paid leave for an abortion procedure.
The need to invest in people and expand employee skillsets isn’t anything new or unexpected. Yet many organisations still lack a genuine learning culture where continuous, structured upskilling is a...
The UK Supreme Court ruling of Harper Trust vs Brazel could have a major effect on the way holiday pay is calculated by employers across the country.