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Employers are required to provide employees with an employment contract, a written statement of certain terms and conditions of their employment, within two months of the beginning of their employment.
Employer should always consult with the employee prior to changing an employee's contract of employment. Failure to follow a fair procedure when varying employees' terms and conditions of employment may result in an employee bringing a claim for breach of contract.
5 Oct 2018
Almost half of people on zero-hours contracts want to work more hours and in a more regular shift pattern, but...
2 Oct 2018
Can you dismiss before a probationary period ends if they're not up to the job?
27 Sep 2018
An inquiry into the extent of alleged “employment law evasion” in the gig economy has been launched by work and...
24 Sep 2018
A future Labour government would require all companies with 250 or more employees to give shares to their workers worth...
20 Sep 2018
Ahead of the introduction of executive pay ratio reporting regulations next year, Jason Stockwood looks at how CEO pay could...
11 Sep 2018
The Labour party would give gig economy workers the same rights as employees – including sick pay, parental leave and...
11 Sep 2018
As finalists and judges gather this evening in London for the 2018 Personnel Today Awards Shortlist Party, over the next...
10 Sep 2018
The TUC claims employees could work shorter weeks on higher rates of pay if we make the most of new...
22 Aug 2018
The Law Commission has confirmed that electronic signatures can be used to sign formal legal documents, such as employment contracts,...
16 Jul 2018
It has emerged that last month Capita scrapped its policy of charging thousands of pounds in exit fees to graduates...
29 Jun 2018
Fifty Deliveroo riders are to receive a share in a six-figure settlement after they claimed they had been unlawfully denied...
25 Jun 2018
An employment tribunal has ruled that a group of Hermes couriers are workers, rather than self-employed.
22 Jun 2018
In recent cases it has become apparent that Uber, City Sprint, Deliveroo and Pimlico Plumbers had each created contracts that purported to ensure that their “partners” – the drivers, cyclists and plumbers – were classed as “self employed”
14 Jun 2018
The Supreme Court this week deemed a former Pimlico plumber a worker for employment rights purposes, even though he was...