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Yet again the issue of the alleged ill treatment of domestic workers in Saudi Arabia has come into the spotlight. Once more it demonstrates that irrespective of salary attractions and glamour, there is no safer place to work that in the UK. In this instance, seven...

Employing a person with a learning disability ensures your workforce is more representative of your customer base and community, while also demonstrating your commitment to equal opportunities. Buying into the misconception that people with these difficulties may not be reliable or capable employees could mean...

Part One: There have been recent reports in the press concerning injuries suffered by domestic and household staff while working for their employers. Of course, no one can totally eliminate the possibility of someone being injured, but here we have given a set of guidelines which give...

Don't be left out of the information loop, register for our webinar now to find out what needs doing. From 1st April 2016 workers aged 25 and over became entitled to a minimum pay rate of £7.20 per hour called the (NLW)  ...

WHAT IF you were sure you could smell alcohol on the breath of one of your domestic or household staff one morning? Well, to a large extent it depends upon the nature of work being undertaken. Of course having a smell of alcohol on one's breath...