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The Ministry of Justice has released its latest round of data on tribunals – the first full quarter since fees were abolished last summer.

GDPR Reminder

General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR becomes law on May 2018. Going forward, what does this mean for your business?

Following on from the Budget in November 2017, Chancellor Phillip Hammond has announced that there would be an increase in the amount people will be entitled to earn in 2018.

Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard a crucial gig economy case with Pimlico Plumbers challenging last year’s Court of Appeal decision that a plumber who signed an agreement with the company defining himself as self-employed, was in fact a worker.

The Government have reported that it will enforce workers’ rights from their first day in a new job.

Monday 5th February was "National Sickie Day" with more people calling in sick for work on this day than any other day of the year. As an employer, how should you handle sickness in the workplace?

Following the undercover investigation conducted by the Financial Times, the issue of liability for third-party harassment has once again been again been challenged.

An investigation conducted by the BBC Radio 4’s File on Four programme disclosed that thousands of people from the UK had purchased fake degree certificates from a “diploma mill” in Pakistan, which promotes courses from a number of universities that do no…

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