Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) who employ workers from different parts of the European Union are worried about the potential skills gap they’ll be left with after the UK departs from the EU.
This is a very topical headline as our daily newspapers recently carried reference to a Court of Appeal Judgment and a comment made by Lord Justice Pitchford which seems to have resulted in much public furore. The papers have interpreted the judicial comments, in such a way, as they were calling for a change to the Law. Read more →
With prime minister Theresa May poised to trigger Article 50 and effectively fire the starting gun on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union (EU), there remains a great deal of uncertainty about how the process will unfold and how it might impact British businesses.
SMEs are an essential driver of Read more →
A small group of couriers working in the healthcare sector have filed a legal claim to an employment tribunal in the hope that they might gain the right to be considered and treated as employees rather than as self-employed professionals. (more…)