Delivery drivers win the right to spend a penny
Thousands of UK delivery drivers have won the right to ‘spend a penny’ after a long-running campaign for the right of delivery drivers to use a company’s toilets while conducting deliveries.
New research has revealed that less than one in 10 couples consider pension assets when sorting out a fair financial settlement.
A prestigious accolade has been awarded to Palmers, in recognition of our firm’s dedication to high standards of customer service.
Workplace stress levels on the rise
Work related stress is at its highest level in 16 years according to an annual report by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
Deliveroo riders are ruled to be ‘self-employed’
In a significant ruling by the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC), Deliveroo delivery riders have been classified as self-employed rather than employees.
An Employment Tribunal has ruled that an employee’s inability to differentiate colours was not sufficient to be considered a disability under the Equality Act 2010.
The Christmas period is an important time for families – particularly those who have children. But the festive season can often pose a problem for divorced or separated couples, who may find themselves fighting over child access during the Christmas holidays.
The Wakefield City Academies Trust (WCAT) is continuing to cause issues for the Department for Education (DfE), following calls to publish an official report into the “struggling” MAT.
A poll of school leaders found that two-thirds fear teacher recruitment at their schools will worsen over the next two years.
An IT expert has warned that schools may have to free up a member of staff to work three days per week on new EU data protection issues, which are set to take effect in May 2018.