UNISON's case against the government's introduction of employment tribunal fees could be heading for the UK's highest court after the Court of Appeal rejected the union's legal challenge to the policy.
England's 'enterprise zones', which offer tax breaks and planning concessions to encourage businesses to set up in those areas, have now attracted a combined £2.2 billion in private investment and created 19,000 jobs.
UK government pledges tougher action against businesses that repeatedly employ illegal workers27 Aug 2015
Businesses that continually employ workers who are in the UK illegally could be closed for up to 48 hours while border officials investigate under new measures put forward by the government.
- Crackdown on 'bogus' self-employment could increase tax take and protect workers, says CAB 20 Aug 2015
- UK government considers shifting contractor tax compliance burden to end user 27 Jul 2015
- Guide: Bank ring-fencing, employment law and pensions
- Guide: How to ensure that volunteers and interns do not acquire employment rights
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