Could now be the time to reform sick pay in the UK?
Ruling has consequences for accumulated holiday pay, but potential for further action means issue isn’t settled
At the end of March, P&O Ferries hit the headlines attracting substantial outrage from politicians, trade unions and the public alike when it dismissed around 800 employees without notice, subsequently replacing them with agency workers.
Controversial practice should be a tactic of last resort
Planning for a rainy day is good business sense and if there’s one thing the last few years have shown, it’s that market conditions are unpredictable.
Jisp has launched an online version of its retail app aimed at the independent retail channel.
A business to business online wholesale brand has been looking to shake things up in the Scottish retail sector.
Bestway Wholesale has signed up to an innovative age verification techonology trial, running across three of its symbol stores in Leeds.
In a first for the UK, Asda has launched an automated age verification solution for self-service checkouts on a trial basis.
Gander notifies consumers of reduced food items available in their local store.
Grocery delivery has been growing at breakneck speed in urban areas, according to TWC.
EPOS provider Reposs has been reacting to pandemic trends by adding a host of new features to its solutions for retailers.
ENVIPCO has been working with Scottish retailers for a number of years now – but the real busy period is coming soon as the deposit return live date approaches.
OVER one third of consumers believe that shopping at convenience stores is better for the environment, according to a new report from TWC.
From 6 April, new changes to UK right to work checks announced by the Home Office will come into force, but what does it mean for employers?
PREPARATIONS for DRS are well underway, with the Scottish Government, scheme administrator and retailers now all working towards an August 2023 live date.