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New powers to crack down on waste crime

New powers to tackle waste crime have come into force as the Environment Agency has been given ...

Calls for employers to be made liable for abuses in UK supply chains

The TUC has called on the government to give UK supply-chain workers the right to challenge the...

Above-inflation rise in national living and minimum wage rates

Over two million people received a pay rise from 1 April 2018, due to an above-inflation rise i...

New guidance on agency workers published

ACAS has published a new guide for agency workers and employers after its helpline revealed tha...

Collapsing businesses: the duty to engage and consult

Business failures have been much in the news of late, with the sad consequence that many jobs h...

Will Brexit mean a “watering down” of environmental legislation?

Prime Minister Theresa May has said Britain will seek to uphold environmental standards after B...

The Apprenticeship Levy – one year on

Following the recent National Apprenticeship Week, it’s a good time to reflect on the pas...

The Oxfam case: HR measures that should have been in place

Oxfam has hit the headlines in recent weeks following allegations of staff hiring prostitutes w...

Settlement agreements

Settlement agreements were previously referred to as compromise agreements.  Settlement agreem...

Garden leave

Garden Leave can be used by employers when an employee has tendered their resignation at work a...

Employment tribunals

Employment Tribunals are an independent judicial body which look to resolve disputes between em...

Money laundering

The UK’s Money Laundering Regulations 2007 apply to certain identified persons when they conduc...