Saturday 28th April is World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2018. This is a campaign to promote safe and healthy work all around the world. This is particularly promoted by the International Labour Organisation and the United Nations.
MPs are set to debate a proposed maternity leave extension for mums of premature babies following an online campaign with more than 100,000 signatures.
In an attempt to secure a fair work-life balance, Eurostar rail workers from two unions are taking part in two concurrent periods of strike this month.
Employers must always be careful to ensure that prospective employees and current employees alike are treated fairly.
Sports Direct has come under fire in the past week following an investigation into its working practices by the Guardian.
The Working Time Regulations 1998 (‘WTR’) govern the working hours of those who work under a contract of employment...
More than 100 Uber drivers are looking to take action to be established with ‘worker’ status, as opposed to self-employed customers or partners, which is how they are currently listed by Uber.
One of the UK’s largest care providers, MiHomecare, is being sued by a former worker for paying her less than the national minimum wage.
With many employers and employees seemingly unsure about KIT (keeping in touch) days, we take a look at the facts.
A constructive dismissal occurs where the employer does not dismiss the employee, but the employee resigns and can show that they were entitled to do so by virtue of the employer's conduct. That is to say, that the employer commits a fundamental breach of contract.