Now that the Employee Shareholder Scheme is set to be implemented, we look at how the scheme will work – and what policies an SME should have in place.
George Osborne adopts a Marxist motto as the Treasury introduces a new type of employment contract.
Following hot on the heels of his article on hiring overseas, Roger James looks at the dangers of dealing with the end of an overseas employment relationship.
No matter how outstanding your staff, it only takes one "internal terrorist"to bring things crashing down. The stress of an employer tribunal can destroy even the strongest business leader.
How far can UK employment law be stretched to cover individuals working abroad? Here are all the legal basics you need to know to keep your business safe.
What's changing, what's next and how can these amendments help businesses in the long-term? Business owners have been wondering about the changes to the employment law. Here's what you need to know.
Hiring an intern? Beware: saying the wrong thing to them could land you in legal hot water.
Suspect your employee is pregnant? Tread carefully. Say the wrong thing to her and you could have a law suit on your hands.
If Vince Cable really wants to put employers and employees on an equal footing, he’ll need to bring in a very different Employer’s Charter for business owners. Here’s what it would look like.
Vince Cable has today announced the biggest reform of employment law in decades, removing “perverse incentives” and overhauling employment tribunals.