Employment sector bodies have welcomed the Supreme Court ruling that employment tribunal fees introduced in 2013 are unlawful.
British businesses remain keen to hire new staff despite a dip in overall business confidence during June 2017.
Employers are turning to temporary staff as a short-term solution to their skills shortage issues, according to a new report.
A new report from the Creative Industries Federation has called for the government to provide better support to creative freelancers.
Self-employed people continue to be negatively impacted by inflation, despite a drop in the UK’s current inflation rate during June.
New data from APSCo has demonstrated a considerable increase in the number of financial and IT sector job vacancies.
Employment bodies have given a tentative welcome to Matthew Taylor’s independent review of modern employment practices.
The government-backed Taylor review of modern working practices has called for the introduction of a new “dependent contractor” status to protect worker rights.
Growth in hiring across the UK eased slightly in June 2017, but stayed at a high level as demand for staff remained strong.
IPSE has called for a statutory definition of self-employment to be introduced to address the current problems with the gig economy model.