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FOCUS The EU's highest court has ruled that the time those with no fixed place of work spend travelling between home and their first and last places of work each day counts as 'woking time' - but this does not necessarily entitle them to extra pay. 11 Sep 2015
Employers in Singapore could soon be fined if they fail to give itemised payslips to their employees, according to local press reports. 17 Jul 2015
This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated in October 2013
This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated in June 2011. The contract of employment is the agreement between employer and employee which governs the relationship between both parties. It ne...
Companies will no longer be able to rely on non-compete provisions built into contracts with highly-paid consultants to prevent them working with competitors as part of the ban on exclusivity clauses in so-called 'zero-hour' contracts, an expert has said.... 28 May 2015
The number of 'zero-hours' contracts issued by UK employers reached 1.8 million last summer, while 2.3% of the total UK workforce said they were employed on this type of contract in their main job as of the end of last year, according to official figures.... 25 Feb 2015
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