A pair of scissors could be taken to John Lewis benefits for staff, perks that made it one of the most attractive retailers on the high street to work for.
Overtime isn’t always about working late into the night, it also involves working early or eating your lunch at your desk. With that in mind, we took a look at which UK sectors are worst off when it comes to unpaid overtime.
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.
Office staff aged between 16 and 24 are working more overtime hours than their elderly colleagues.
More than half of British workers lie to their employers about the amount of overtime they've completed in order to pocket more cash, according to money saving site VoucherCodesPro.co.uk.
Employers are "sticking to their guns" by refusing to sanction large pay hikes despite the economic recovery.
It is no surprise that 10 March will see a clash between what the courts may say and the coalition want – especially with an election coming up and the administration's need for the business vote.
A study from iconic furniture manufacturer Herman Miller shows the number of injuries we do to ourselves in the UK just by choosing to work later and longer.
Serial entrepreneur Margaret Heffernan wrote a great – although perhaps controversial for workaholic entrepreneurs – article in 2008. Although some genuinely love to work overtime, the need to work 60 hours a week comes from tax eating into our spare cash and job insecurity – something that has haunted us since 2008.