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Four in 10 employers to cut contractors ahead of IR35 changes
Four in 10 businesses are planning to reduce contractor numbers ahead of the introduction of new off-payroll working rules, a
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Ethical Veganism to receive legal protection in workplaces following landmark ruling
An employment tribunal has ruled that ethical veganism is a philosophical belief and should receive similar legal protection to religion
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Death in service appeal rejected by High Court Judge
A High Court Judge has rejected an appeal by a Widower and the British Medical Association (BMA) over the denial
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Tech companies accused of discriminating against BAME tech candidates
London tech companies recruiting for new roles in London have been accused of hiring from a narrow pool of predominantly
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Think-tank calling for freelancers to be paid higher minimum wage
The Demos think tank is calling for contractors and other flexible workers to be provided with a higher minimum wage
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BBC Presenter loses appeal over IR35 tax bill
Television presenter Christa Ackroyd has lost an appeal at the Upper Tribunal over her tax status at the BBC.
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Former BBC employee receives settlement over pay discrimination
A former BBC employee has received an out of court settlement worth more than £130,000 after she accused the broadcaster
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More than one million workers denied legal working rights
According to a new report by the Resolution Foundation think tank, a significant number of workers in the UK are
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Head of TUC calls for action to be taken to reduce class discrimination
The head of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) has called for the Government to take action to reduce the amount
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MPs lead calls for workplaces to protect women experiencing menopause
MPs are leading calls for the Government to implement clear workplace policies to protect women who are experiencing menopause.
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