Progress towards implementation of the £1.13 billion Glasgow and Clyde Valley City Deal seems to be gaining momentum this week with the appearance, […]
The Office of National Statistics has found that 1.8 million workers were employed by UK companies using zero hours contracts last summer; with […]
The EAT decided in 2013, in a case involving numerous redundancies from various Woolworths stores, that an employer had to count all proposed […]
Employment, benefits, social security and immigration are all matters currently reserved to the UK Parliament.
The website of the Directorate for Planning and Environmental Appeals (the DPEA) is a mine of fascinating information – at least for the […]
The Barclay Review, published on 22 August 2017, set out 30 recommendations to the Scottish Government for improving the business rates system. Rather […]
The manufacturing sector is wide and diverse. It can also be very dangerous. Each year, on average, 22 workers in the manufacturing industry […]
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