Pimlico Plumbers loses Supreme Court fight over whether its workforce are 'independent contractors' or 'self-employed' leading to AE entitlements, James Phillips writes
Uber drivers have begun legal proceedings against the company to be classed as employees and earn related benefits.
Sponsoring employers will not have to help fund equalised survivor benefits for widowers and same sex partners before 2005.
Employment lawyers are warning that businesses could see an "immediate" significant impact from the travel to work ruling.
Employees who do not have a work base must have the travel to and from their first and last customers included as part of their working time, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled.
Unison will seek permission to appeal to the Supreme Court after losing its challenge to the legality of employment tribunal fees.
FTSE 100 companies are facing tough demands for greater transparency about executive reward and performance targets.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) says 500,000 more small and micro employers than previously estimated will have to comply with auto-enrolment (AE) duties over the next three years.
Employees may only carry forward unused holiday as a result of sickness absence for a maximum of 18 months, the employment appeal tribunal (EAT) has ruled.
UPDATE: Childcare voucher providers will not challenge Supreme Court ruling allowing tax-free childcare to proceed
Voucher providers will not be appealing further a Supreme Court ruling that threw-out their challenge to the government's tax-free childcare (TFC) scheme.
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.
Employers hoping to see voluntary overtime excluded from holiday pay calculations are likely to be disappointed after a ruling by the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid has pledged to push on with changes restricting strike action and to remove more employment regulation.
Half of workplace benefits professionals will decide their general election vote based in some significant part on employment policies.
The majority of benefits professionals want Britain to remain a member of the European Union and value EU workplace laws.
An employment tribunal has amended the Working Time Regulations (WTR) to ensure that commission is included in holiday pay.
The use of zero-hours contracts appears to be continuing to grow across Britain, according to official statistics.
Businesses will be given tax breaks for paying the Living Wage while exploitative elements of zero hours contracts will be outlawed under a Labour government.
Employers should be aware that staff working remotely overseas can still bring tribunal claims in the UK.
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WSB understands that Unison has been unsuccessful in its bid to overturn employment tribunal fees.
An Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) ruling may open the floodgates for employees to carry over holiday allowance where they are unable to take annual leave for reasons beyond their control.
GSK has given its employees more control in how they deal with their caring responsibilities. Nick Martindale examines how the approach has worked.
The majority of employers believe the recent holiday pay ruling will have little impact on their business, although many believe it is too early to judge the full effect of the decision.