An employment tribunal has ruled that a former Capita employee was unfairly dismissed after they were made redundant following a restructuring that meant they were unable to continue working in a part-time role.
The Government has announced proposals for new legislation, which would make it a legal requirement for employers to pass on all tips to workers in full.
According to the findings of the latest workplace study, one in three adults have experienced or witnessed racial discrimination in the workplace.
A Court has ruled that a work email ‘signature block’ can be used to form a binding and legal contract – a decision which has cost a land seller £25,000.
Almost all flats or apartments in England and Wales are leasehold. This comes a surprise to some people who believe they ‘own’ their own flat.
There are a number of reasons that your business might need to update its customer contracts or terms and conditions (T&Cs) from time to time.
The former director of a now-dissolved landscaping company from Leeds has been sentenced for safety breaches after one of his workers suffered life-changing injuries.
MPs are leading calls for the Government to implement clear workplace policies to protect women who are experiencing menopause.
According to a new report by the Resolution Foundation think tank, a significant number of workers in the UK are not receiving paid holidays or a payslip from their employers.
YouTube attempts to stamp out ‘copyright trolls’
Video sharing platform, YouTube, has announced changes to its copyright ID system that will make it easier for creators to manage claims.