A restaurant director has been disqualified for seven years for employing two illegal workers and failing to comply with tax duties.
A bus driver who was fired after running a red light was unfairly dismissed, an employment tribunal has ruled.
A tribunal found an employer guilty of sex discrimination for not allowing an employee extra paternity leave at full pay.
Gaby Hardwicke’s Head of Employment Law is urging employers to have their key staff contracts reviewed as a matter of urgency.
The question of whether businesses are obliged to pay the NMW while workers are on call or sleeping at work was considered by the EAT recently.
A recent EAT case underscores the importance of carrying out thorough due diligence checks when preparing for a TUPE transfer.
The national minimum wage (NMW) will increase from 1 April 2017.
HMRC has published details of 360 businesses in the latest release of its NMW ‘naming and shaming’ campaign – the largest number since the scheme started.
A new online database launched by the Ministry of Justice could leave both employers and employees exposed.
A potentially landmark Court of Appeal judgment has serious implications for the so-called gig economy.