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With snow forecast to cause major disruption, many people will have difficulty travelling to work, so it's worthwhile taking a look at the rights workers have.Read more
More than 160,000 people have instructed HMRC to delete biometric data it captured during phone calls.Read more
Bristol City Council, insurer DAS UK Group and trade union Unite are all signing up to the Trades Union Congress’ (TUC) ‘Dying to Work’ charter, offering greater support to staff who are living and working with terminal illnesses.Read more
A rogue builder ploughed his JCB into a Travelodge hotel over a row about unpaid wages.Read more
HMRC’s Software Developer Support Team (SDST) has shared the 2019/20 version of the National Insurance contributions (NICs) guidance for software developers which employers and payroll practitioners may also find useful.Read more
The Employee Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has upheld a decision that three private hire drivers working for Addison Lee are workers, not self-employed contractors, meaning they are entitled to benefits such as the National Minimum Wage and holiday pay.Read more
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