Tesco has seen a reduction in its business rates across a number of its stores, which will see the retail giant save £105million over the next five years.
A new survey has predicted that around one third of all graduate jobs could eventually be replaced by either robots or software.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has stated that it has run out of time to push through legislation which would have seen a massive increase in probate fees introduced in May.
Latest statistics show that nearly half of all UK businesses suffered a cyber-attack in the past 12 months.
MPs who are investigating a number of companies involved the so called ‘gig economy’, have branded some contracts as ‘gibberish and ‘almost unintelligible.’
Companies that use zero hours contracts may be forced to pay an additional rate for calling in employees at short notice.
The TUC has published a guide which it says highlights the need for gender specific risk assessments in the workplace.
A new study has revealed that each year UK employees work, on average, 68 days more than they are contracted to, yet receive no additional pay.
The DfE has published new guidelines aimed at helping multi-academy trusts (MATs) to grow and achieve good practice.
A recent Court of Appeal hearing, described by the judges themselves as a ‘borderline case’, has overturned a long running dispute over an employer’s right to dismiss a worker on long-term sick leave.