Employment Law

Get clued up on your rights with our informative employment law guide, for both employees and employers alike. We’ve got a range of employment law advice, from information on employee rights and pensions, to money saving tips and advice on how to deal with jobseeking discrimination.

Contract of employment – key terms explained and your rights

Get to grips with your employment contract and ensure you stay in the know when it comes to signing on the dotted line…

Automatic pension enrolment: FAQ

Have some questions about automatic pension enrolment? Find out the facts with our FAQ.

Employee rights

What is the National Living Wage?

If you’re over the age of 25, you’re entitled to be paid the National Living Wage. To find out how much you should be earning, here’s our guide on what you need to know.

Equal pay at work: Five ways to be paid fairly

All employees who do equal work for the same employer have a legal right to receive equal pay. If you feel like you’re being paid less than you deserve, here’s our advice on what to do next.

Employment tribunals: What you need to know

Not sure what an employment tribunal is? We’ve already covered why employment law exists, but here’s what to do if you think it’s not being adhered to:

Money saving tips

Top 5 – Money saving apps 2017

Unfortunately, money doesn’t grow on trees. We’ve already covered money saving tips for 2017, but here are five of the best money saving apps for 2017:

Money saving tips 2017

Money might not buy happiness. But it can help. To help you learn to budget better, here are our top money saving tips for 2017:

Six ways to supplement your income

Want to make more money? Here are six easy ways you could be supplementing your income right now – and how to get started.

Pensions & saving

Pension consolidation: What you need to know

Not sure what happens to your pension when you change roles? Here’s why combining your pension benefits might be right for you:

How hindsight could help you plan your pension

We spoke to the retirement experts, Prudential, whose recent survey reveals what pensioners would change about their retirement planning:

Five key pension considerations

Not sure you should be paying into a pension? To help you find out the facts, here are five key considerations you need to know before you start planning.