Deliveroo riders have been ruled self-employed by labour law body the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC). The test case was brought against the delivery company by the Independent Workers Union of Great
Jess Varnish’s team have accused British Cycling of saying different things to them in private when it comes to her case than it has in public. The latest criticism of the sport’s governing body came it
Frank Field attacks Gym Group’s use of self-employed contracts as ‘egregious’ in latest conflict with gig economy firms such as Uber The controversy over workers being being pushed into “dubious” self-employment
Royal Mail has won an injunction in London's High Court preventing next week's 48-hour strike. The postal firm's workers had been set to walk out from 19 October in protest over pensions, wages and jobs.
Union members to walk out from 19 October in dispute over pensions, pay and jobs Royal Mail is seeking a high court injunction to stop a planned 48-hour strike by postal workers after the Communication
Study finds 58% of city’s residents in poverty are living in working households compared with 28% two decades ago More than half of the 2.3 million Londoners living in poverty are members of households
Norway's male and female players will receive the same amount of pay for representing the country, the Norwegian football association has announced. The amount of money paid to the women's team will almost
A football club has become the first to pay its women’s team the same as its men’s. Lewes FC, whose men’s side play in Isthmian League Division One South - the eighth tier of the English game - announced
Employment appeal tribunal backs ruling that store staff do jobs comparable to mostly male warehouse workers Asda is being urged to drop a legal action and increase pay on the shop floor after the supermarket
The quixotic Irish carrier is handling a humiliating problem badly. But it is also the largest airline in Europe, and has the resources available to put things right Ryanair passengers unhappy with the
Uber is not part of the so-called "gig economy" and operates a similar business model to local taxi firms, an Employment Appeals Tribunal has heard. The cab app firm, which is appealing against a ruling
JD Sports "absolutely refutes" claims made in a Channel 4 News report that conditions in its Rochdale warehouse are "worse than a prison". The programme says an undercover investigation will detail "harsh
About 2,000 British Airways cabin crew have voted overwhelmingly for strikes in a dispute over pay, the Unite union said. The workers, who represent about 15% of the airline's cabin crew, were balloted
Members of the train drivers' union Aslef have voted overwhelmingly to strike in a dispute over driver-only operated trains. The union is accusing Southern railway of wanting to impose changes rather reach
Managers at Crown Post Offices will hold a third strike on Saturday 3 December in a continuing dispute over jobs, pensions and branch closures. Unite said the 24-hour walkout would disrupt overseas Christmas
Prison officers have returned to work after a High Court injunction ordered them to end a 24-hour protest. Up to 10,000 prison officers in England and Wales stopped work over claims of a "surge in violence"