Outsourced workers lose collective bargaining bid

The High Court has dismissed a case brought by the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB), which claimed that...

Executive pay: ‘Weak’ remuneration committees must do more

Companies must do more to link executive pay to that of the rest of their workforce according to MPs who...

Unleash 2019: How purpose creates a sense of belonging

Giving employees a compelling purpose is nothing new, but it might help create a sense of belonging in a world...

Women at highest risk of losing roles to automation

Around 1.5 million people in England are at high risk of losing their job to automation – and women are...

IR35 in the private sector: what constitutes ‘reasonable care’?

The government has recently published a consultation paper with its proposals to extend off-payroll working rules to the private sector....

School loses appeal in gay headteacher constructive dismissal decision

A school in Wales has had its appeal dismissed in a case where a gay headteacher claimed for constructive dismissal....

Courts should fast-track gig economy cases: Frank Field

The exploitation of workers must be tackled quickly and effectively, MP Frank Field has recommended in a new report critical of the length of time cases are taking.

Could you earn 21% more as an HR contractor?

HR professionals who work as contractors could boost their average pay by 21%, according to salary data analysis from CV-Library....

Apprenticeship levy underpayment investigations more than double

The number of organisations being pursued by HMRC for apprenticeship levy underpayment has more than doubled in a year, as...

Suspending an employee: Avoiding a knee-jerk reaction

An employee facing disciplinary action may be legitimately suspended from work, but there are circumstances where any such suspension may...

Unleash 2019: How to make work ‘romantic’ again

Work is at risk of losing its human side as technology takes over many aspects of our professional and personal...

‘Hop-desking’: BrewDog launches remote working initiative

Many remote workers frequently take advantage of coffee shops’ free wi-fi and power outlets but now pubs are trying to...

Is blind recruitment truly gender blind?

More and more employers are turning towards blind recruitment methods such as removing names from CVs to reduce bias. But...

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