For International Women’s Day this year, the theme is Choose to Challenge. We spoke to two of our key clients to hear about when they have seen inequality happening in the workplace.
As of 6 April 2021, private sector companies will be responsible for establishing the employment status of any workers provided by an intermediary company for tax purposes.
In a landmark ruling last Friday, the UK Supreme Court blocked Uber’s appeal from a ruling by the employment tribunal that classified Uber drivers as workers.
An employment update to navigate your way through the next couple of months.
The UK's Supreme Court has ruled that Uber drivers are workers and not self employed. What impact will this have?
What if an employee or job applicant has a genuine philosophical or political belief that means they are not prepared to have the vaccine?
The Court of Appeal has ruled that, when ordering security for costs, courts should only require defendants to give cross-undertakings in damages in “rare and exceptional” cases.
In recognition that the upcoming Chinese New Year is going to look quite different to previous years for many, we caught up with a couple of our clients to find out how they plan to mark the New Year.
Road transport is responsible for 91% of the domestic transport emissions in the UK and the reduction of carbon emissions through transport is at the centre of the UK’s plan to reduce emissions.
The UK has seen a surge in the sales of electric scooters and as a result regulations must change to ensure e-scooter riders behave responsibly in order to keep UK roads safe.
Our monthly summary of recent property and construction news in the UK.