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Uber could be forced to treat its UK drivers as employees

Uber could be forced to treat its UK drivers as employees

The GMB union is suing the taxi app and claims its should offer the minimum wage and holiday pay.

 

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Six figure salaries and hounding recruiters: The war for London's tech talent

Six figure salaries and hounding recruiters: The war for London's tech talent

31 July 2015

Companies are fighting over a shortage of top software developers in the capital.

 
 
Inspirational flex-execs

Inspirational flex-execs

30 July 2015

A volunteer lifeboatman, and an NED of an Azerbaijani microfinance start-up. There's more to part-time working than childcare, as this latest selection from 2014's Power Part Time 50 shows.

 
 
Women and older workers are staying in jobs longer

Women and older workers are staying in jobs longer

28 July 2015

But more young people are in 'insecure' work.

 
 
Twitter staff are flying away

Twitter staff are flying away

28 July 2015

The social network's struggles are causing employees to fly the nest.

 
 
10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

24 July 2015

A White Walker descends on the City, sleepless in the C-suite, Bill Gates behind bars.

 
 
Rebellious children 'more likely to end up rich'

Rebellious children 'more likely to end up rich'

24 July 2015

A certain Microsoft founder got in trouble with the law and he didn't do too badly.

 
 
Are these the top 20 UK companies for work-life balance?

Are these the top 20 UK companies for work-life balance?

24 July 2015

Anonymous reviewers think Mark Carney is a pretty good boss.

 
 
11% of mothers feel pregnancy cost them their job

11% of mothers feel pregnancy cost them their job

23 July 2015

A study shows pregnant women feel discriminated against, but employers think they're doing fine.

 
 


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