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How is your mental health?

If an employee hobbles to work on crutches, employers often seem far more able to deal with the situation than if an employee tells them...

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Living Wage Increases

Those who have employees that earn the national minimum wage will know that there was an increase in the wage rates back in October 2016....

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Further challenge to the "gig economy" working model

The Employment Tribunal in London is today hearing a claim by a courier for CitySprint.  Expected to last for 4 days, the case is one of...

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Paid to commute?

Pay for care workers has been dominant in the press for a number of weeks now, with Haringey council and care agency Sevacare facing...

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Equal Pay Day

Women in the UK earn 13.9% less than men, a gap that will take 60 years more to close, according to campaigners. That means that as of...

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Deliveroo: the gig economy model challenged again

Legal action is, today, being commenced by the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB) who are seeking union recognition and...

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Lose Some Timber!

It has recently been reported that the technical director of the British Cycling team told one of its female members to lose weight. The...

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unknownx500 Alan Cleaver

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