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One in five young people on less than minimum wage

Young Women’s Trust (YWT) is urging the government to crack down on employers after study reveals that one in five young workers (20 per cent of young women and 16 per cent of young men) are illegally paid less than the national minimum wage in England and Wales.

Court of Appeal rules Uber drivers are workers, not self-employed

Uber has lost its second appeal against a ruling that its drivers should be classed as workers rather than self-employed.

Workers' rights still at risk even with Brexit deal

Workers’ rights in the UK are still at risk even if a Brexit deal is reached, according to a new study from a major think tank.

Flexible sick pay could offset the cost of sickness absence, new study finds

Employees’ mental health issues are notoriously difficult to deal with even for the most understanding and supportive employers. Unlike a cold or a broken arm, mental health problems do not usually have a timescale for recovery. Employees who attend work while unwell do not do favours for either the employer or themselves. 

Government to overhaul 'gig economy' workers' rights

The government plans to launch a major overhaul of the right of workers in the ‘gig economy,’ including in areas of pay and flexibility.

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