The decision by an experienced BBC journalist to resign from her role as the corporation’s China editor has put the issue of pay equality back in the spotlight.
A South East recycling business has been handed a substantial fine after an incident in which one of its workers suffered life-threatening head injuries.
“Bombshell” judgment on holiday pay
A window salesman who went more than a decade without paid holiday recently received the backing of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in a case which will have wide-reaching implications for employers and employees alike.
Festive fundraising supports local worthy causes
Staff from across our four offices were as busy as Santa’s elves in the run up to Christmas as they donated their time to fund-raising efforts in support of a number of worthy local causes.
Palmers Partner, Jeremy Sirrell, has warned that drivers should think twice about using a hands-free phone while driving.
The number of unmarried couples living together is now the fast growing ‘family set-up’ in the UK but, despite this, current laws have failed to keep up.
A recent TV documentary has revealed that many vulnerable, elderly people are being wrongly charged care fees which should in fact be covered by the NHS.
A surprise landmark ruling could have significant repercussions for many workers who are categorised as ‘self-employed’ by their employers.
January has traditionally become synonymous with a spike in couples seeking to end their marriage after the strain of putting on a united front over the festive period.
A local authority has reportedly refused to give a school further funding after alleging that it ran up a £2.7 million debt.