The Living Wage Foundation (LWF) has raised serious concerns about chancellor George Osborne's top-up to the national minimum wage.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have published final rules to improve individual accountability in the banking sector, following up laws on variable pay.
As many as four in ten employers are breaking health and safety laws by not providing eyecare for their computer users.
HR departments are cutting back on compliance following the introduction of tribunal fees while trade unions are becoming stronger and more militant, an employment lawyer has warned.
Salary sacrifice may have become a target for government cuts. Jonathan Stapleton explains why.
Defined contribution (DC) members using the pension flexibilities may find their savings are hit by inheritance tax (IHT) because of a "legislative error".
Chancellor George Osborne revealed that 60,000 savers have taken advantage of the pensions freedoms that came into force in April.
The government has warned pension providers it is their responsibility to deliver the options promised by the ‘freedom and choice' reforms.
Finding and maintaining affordable childcare is restricting parents' working lives, according to Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB).
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is increasing the number of staff enforcing the national minimum wage (NWM) by almost 40% over the next financial year.
The government has formally announced its plans to double free childcare hours for three and four-year-old children and expects to introduce the measures next year.
The High Court has dismissed an appeal brought against the BBC after it limited the amount of pensionable pay on salary increases.
HR teams in different companies may need to cooperate to ensure mothers and fathers are not over using their parental leave rights.
The government will introduce new business and benefits reforms focusing on employer taxation and a doubling of free childcare as part of the Queen's Speech.
Royal Mail increased its defined contribution (DC) pension payments to £38m in the last year - an average of 5.4% per employee.
The Court of Appeal (CA) has provided guidelines to employers on how they could avoid being accused of discrimination when dismissing employees.
Judges are taking collective legal action for what is understood to be the first time in a bid to block reforms to the judicial pension scheme.
Former director general of over-50s specialist Saga Group Ros Altmann has succeeded Steve Webb as the next pensions minister.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid has pledged to push on with changes restricting strike action and to remove more employment regulation.
Priti Patel has been appointed employment minister in the new Conservative government.
Two employment ministers lost their seats as part of a shocking general election result which upset all the pre-election polls.
Pensions minister Steve Webb and shadow pensions minister Gregg McClymont have both lost their parliamentary seats as a result of yesterday's General Election.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has issued four escalating penalty notices carrying a daily fine of between £50 and £10,000 against businesses that have failed to comply with their auto-enrolment (AE) obligations.
An employment tribunal has amended the Working Time Regulations (WTR) to ensure that commission is included in holiday pay.