Last Modified: 24th September 2018
The Department for Business, Enterprise and Industrial Strategy has released an eye-opening report…
Last Modified: 19th September 2018
Plans would offer further protection for employees who suffer harassment from customers and clients…
Last Modified: 14th September 2018
Website championed by Prince William looks to raise the awareness of mental health at work and…
Last Modified: 13th September 2018
The latest tribunal statistics for April to June 2018 have been released by the Ministry of Justice…
Last Modified: 12th September 2018
Recent survey shows that 46% of workers over 50 believe their age disadvantages them and nearly one…
Last Modified: 10th September 2018
New provisions come in light of the claim that despite record levels of employment many employees…
Last Modified: 7th September 2018
The scheme, in which companies can provide up to £55 per week of employee wages as vouchers to…
Last Modified: 4th September 2018
Organisations should consider implementing post-termination restrictive covenants, conducting exit…
Last Modified: 31st August 2018
Commuters are spending so much time on work emails that this should be factored into working time,…
Last Modified: 30th August 2018
Organisations with a poor approach to working conditions and employee rights are likely to gain a…
Last Modified: 28th August 2018
Guidance documents released last week outlines implications for employers if the government fails…
Last Modified: 22nd August 2018
British Airways faces a further discrimination case from employee who successfully argued against…
Last Modified: 21st August 2018
67 year-old has claimed the University’s Employment Justified Retirement Age (EJRA) policy was…
Last Modified: 20th August 2018
Recent inquiry evaluates the adequacy and effectiveness of the gender pay gap reporting system,…
Last Modified: 15th August 2018
This comes in response to a recent report claiming modern slavery costs the UK up to £4.3bn a year.
Last Modified: 13th August 2018
Unison challenge the ruling that workers on sleep-in shifts are not entitled to national minimum…
Last Modified: 8th August 2018
The government has responded to recommendations put forward by the work and pension committee which…
Last Modified: 6th August 2018
Organisations could be made to abide by a statutory code of practice as part of new proposals made…
Last Modified: 2nd August 2018
UK government decide against bringing in new law to ban caste-based discrimination In a surprising…
Last Modified: 31st July 2018
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) have reported that one in twelve workers do not take the amount of…
Last Modified: 31st July 2018
The government has announced public sector wage increases for over one million workers including…
Last Modified: 24th July 2018
Restaurant and bar staff speak out, suggesting ministers have failed to prevent the continued ‘…
Last Modified: 24th July 2018
Report by law firm Slater and Gordon outlines that one in three SME leaders asked would reject a…
Last Modified: 19th July 2018
The accountancy watchdog’s newly launched Corporate Governance Code seeks to improve public trust…
Last Modified: 13th July 2018
The Labour leader has vowed to end the “scourge of sexual harassment” in the workplace in a bid to…
Last Modified: 12th July 2018
The Home Secretary has stated that EU citizens will not possess an automatic right to work in the…
Last Modified: 10th July 2018
New regulations, expected to come into effect by 2019, have been labelled ‘a welcome move’ by…
Last Modified: 9th July 2018
239 companies based throughout the UK have been ‘named and shamed’ for failing to pay their…
Last Modified: 6th July 2018
British workers are increasingly turning to ‘side hustles’ as a way of earning additional income…
Last Modified: 5th July 2018
As Britain continues to bask in the glow of a mid-summer heat wave, the Advisory Conciliation and…