The sweeping cuts that will flow from the government Spending Review mean that redundancy is on the cards for both public and private sector employees.
BlackBerrys and iPhones have become the latest bane for employers concerned about lost productivity, according to Employment Law Advisory Services.
Forget Patmore, a former accountancy and finance student is starring this
The Equality Act came into force on 1 October. HRzone.co.uk editor Charlie Duff highlights a few of the new danger spots for employers.
Under the so called "Equality Act" which was Harriet Harman's legacy and has just come into effect all sorts of "groups" such as vegans, teetotallers, athiests etc.
No business owner wants to make redundancies but sometimes it's necessary. Judy Crook explains how to manage the redundancy process fairly and comply with legislation.
A client runs a pre-school and insists that they and "many other pre-schools" actually pay staff for their holiday entitlement, while not paying them when they are not actually working (as well as
The Conservatives have raised the idea of taking PAYE responsibility away from HMRC, but would it really work? Simon Sweetman assesses the case.
New rules were introduced in October 2009 regarding the employment and sponsorship of non EU workers working in the UK.
The Institute of Payroll Professionals’ Diana Bruce offers an update on recent developments in payroll and HR.