Employers which engage self-employed contractors should check contracts carefully and consider whether individuals should be entitled to a workplace pension following a recent Supreme Court decision, an expert has said.
A plumber engaged as an "independent contractor" by a London firm was a 'worker', entitled to bring certain employment law claims against the company, the UK's highest court has ruled.
Large UK companies will be required to justify their chief executives’ salaries and reveal the gap to their average UK worker, under new legislation introduced on Monday.
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