As the Modern Slavery Act 2015 comes into effect, what actions do businesses need to take?
October is one of those times of the year that traditionally gives rise to yet more changes in employment law.
From Lady Gaga forcing her personal assistant to sleep in the same bed as her, to the boss who asked to snort cocaine from his PA's "exposed breasts", there is certainly a lot that businesses leaders can learn about avoiding lawsuits from the celebrity world.
Technology giant Apple could be facing a bill of $862m (£557.5m) after the University of Wisconsin claimed the company used its microchip technology without permission.
Three former directors of City Link have been charged with criminal offences in relation to the collapse of the company last Christmas – which led to the loss of 3,000 jobs.
Business secretary Sajid Javid has announced tough plans to crack down on firms who recruit solely from overseas without advertising in the UK – or even in the English language.
The national news recently highlighted a woman’s complaint against a man on LinkedIn who said she was "stunning". While some thought she was right and others thought she was overreacting, it highlighted why context is important in communication and tells us we need to know what defines "wrong" in the way we treat gender.
The legal lowdown on offering wearable tech to staff and who owns employees’ fitness data.
Entrepreneurs and business owners must plan ahead in order to avoid the inheritance tax trap.
The Safe Harbour agreement, which allows the transatlantic sharing of data, has recently been ruled illegal by the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
With increasing financial pressures, collaboration is likely to be the most cost-effective and efficient way forward for businesses in the manufacturing industry. Here's how to do it.
Businesses seeking to recruit overseas nationals who are based in the UK are faced with masses of red tape. Here is how to stay on the right side of the law.