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It may seem as though an employee and a freelancer are the same things. The reality, however, is that they are different. Not only are there laws in place that define what each type of work is, there are laws that dictate how they can and cannot be employed.

Here are three tips to help you put together a team that will be competitive in the quest for your industry’s “SuperBowl.”

Investment in a good driver helps businesses achieve maximum value of their fleets, including efficient fuel consumption, increased road safety and protection of the company image and reputation. Employers need to think long and hard about the type of driver that they want to attract and how they are going to attract them to their business.

The bigger your hiring network, the more places you have to find your next hire.

Interns, whilst not protected by employment legislation, should still be provided with the basic rights as afforded to all other categories of Employee.

After spending several weeks — not to mention the busiest and most stressful weeks of the year for your business […]

Keeping your top performers happy is an extremely important task to ensure your company’s well being. Here are 4 non-monetary methods you can use today.

If you're new to managing staff, you might be daunted by these 7 frightening facts.

Employers should be aware of what to do in order to manage an employment claim when it arises, and be aware of the risks and costs associated with it.

For a generation that grew up playing digital games, adding gamification elements to the workplace can make even mundane tasks exciting.