Getting the right HR documents in place is essential for your business.
Sorry, I can’t make it in today! Sound familiar? How do you deal with employees who are unable to travel to work because of bad weather? Dealing with this issue fairly reduces the impact on the workforce and can prevent
The House of Commons has issued a briefing paper on the implications of Brexit on Employment Law
Age discrimination is still rife
Stop shocking workplace discrimination of pregnant women, say MPs The Women and Equalities Committee has called for UK women to have protections similar to those in Germany after a ‘shocking’ increase in workplace pregnancy discrimination over the past decade.
ONS figures show 903,000 work on zero hours in their main job, and many have been with the same employer for more than a year The number of people employed on zero-hours contracts rose by 21 per cent year-on
Zero-hours staff will be offered permanent contracts as retailer reacts to governmental pressure; deductions for lateness reduced but not removed Embattled retailer Sports Direct has announced plans to strengthen its HR team after a report revealed “serious shortcomings” in the
How to make best use of the pre-settlement confidentiality rules. Recently the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) looked at the issue of ‘protected conversations’ for the first time in a case called Faithorn Farrell Timms v Bailey. ‘Protected conversations’, introduced in
Major employment law changes so far and those still expected in 2016. Many of the announcements made since the Conservative Government was elected in May 2015 will start to come into force in 2016. Our survey with Resolution Foundation Weighing