The UK government has announced £58 million in funding to support disabled people and people with health conditions in England to find and stay in work.
A tribunal has ruled that laughing at someone falling over is not harassment, after a pub worker lost a claim against his employer.
The Employment (Application Requirements) Bill, designed to eliminate unnecessary requirements from job applications, has undergone a second reading in the House of Commons.
The government has laid out plans to launch a £6.4 million online service designed to help employers better support disabled people and those with health conditions at work.
The extra bank holiday observing the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II could adversely affect self-employed parents and workers on zero-hours contracts.
The UK government has pledged £7.6m in funding to local authorities to help autistic adults get into work, after reaching its target for disabled people in work.