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Ministers lobby to scrap Working Time Directive

The rights of UK workers to limited working hours, rest breaks and paid holiday could be advers...

Winter driving: the importance of road safety policies

Fleet managers and business owners are being called upon to ensure they have a robust road safe...

Company loses transport licence following corporate manslaughter conviction

The North-West Traffic Commissioner has made an order to revoke the transport licence held by W...

Draft legislation published to end the unfair ‘staircase tax’

Communities Secretary, Sajid Javid, has published draft legislation to reverse the impact of a ...

Thriving at work - Wellbeing and mental health

The week after Christmas is a particularly challenging one for wellbeing. The festivities are o...

What's new for 2018?

As 2017 draws to a close, here are the top five things employers should be aware of for 2018: ...

When data protection goes wrong

Data protection issues seem to be hitting the headlines more often at the moment, with large-sc...

Uber’s appeal loss: the complications of employment status

On 10 November, taxi app Uber lost its appeal to overturn the decision of an Employment Tribuna...

Young Workers

Young workers are those who are above normal school leaving age but under the age of 18. Young...

Mediation

Mediation is an effective way of solving conflict in the workplace and can often be a less stre...

Secondment

What is Secondment? Put simply, a secondment is the temporary loan of an employee. This c...

Bribery and corruption

The UK Bribery Act 2010 entered into force on 1 July 2011, and is generally considered to be on...