Last Modified: 25th May 2018
Acas have published their latest guidance materials aimed at preventing religious discrimination…
Last Modified: 22nd May 2018
It 'may' be discriminatory to ask female staff to wear high heels according to the latest dress…
Last Modified: 18th May 2018
As announced this week, the UK government are set to produce new guidance aimed at helping…
Last Modified: 17th May 2018
Teacher dismissed for showing an 18+ horror film to a class of 15 year olds awarded £646,000 for…
Last Modified: 15th May 2018
Organisations should consider some flexibility around normal working arrangements for employees who…
Last Modified: 14th May 2018
More than a month since organisations were  required to publish gender pay gap figures, up to 500…
Last Modified: 10th May 2018
Recent government efforts have seen over 200,000 UK workers reimbursed for wages owed to them by…
Last Modified: 9th May 2018
Director of Labour Market Enforcement releases 2018-2019 strategy aimed at preventing exploitation…
Last Modified: 8th May 2018
The government enacts legislation to introduce the new worker right from April 2019. As part of…
Last Modified: 4th May 2018
A Leeds based solicitor has launched a campaign which aims to make it compulsory for all…
Last Modified: 2nd May 2018
Health and well-being survey carried out by the CIPD and Simplyhealth finds significant increase in…
Last Modified: 30th April 2018
The so-called ‘gig economy’ faces its latest employment tribunal claim. The delivery company…
Last Modified: 26th April 2018
NHS employee sent redundancy notice whilst on a holiday has been awarded significant compensation…
Last Modified: 30th April 2018
The European Commission has introduced plans to consolidate and strengthen protection for…
Last Modified: 20th April 2018
Coffee chain to close thousands of US stores for an afternoon of training in the wake of racism…
Last Modified: 8th May 2018
GDPR comes into force on 25 May 2018. The new rules are intended to meet the needs of a digital age…
Last Modified: 17th April 2018
Votes relating to re-appointment of chairs in large organisations will be affected by boardroom…
Last Modified: 16th April 2018
Efforts made to educate organisations and employees on measures to avoid disability discrimination…
Last Modified: 12th April 2018
Employees may be putting their health at risk by sticking to inflexible working hours A joint…
Last Modified: 10th April 2018
A French waiter in Canada who had his contract of employment terminated for being “aggressive, rude…
Last Modified: 9th April 2018
The levy requires UK organisations to earmark a proportion of their wage bill to be spent on…
Last Modified: 5th April 2018
Organisations and employees have been invited to take part in a consultation on parental…
Last Modified: 4th April 2018
Private sector organisations have until midnight on the 4 April 2018 to publish their first report…
Last Modified: 3rd April 2018
Alongside minimum wage increases, uplifts to statutory payments and the increase in auto-enrolment…
Last Modified: 29th March 2018
Theresa May is taking part of a tour of the UK today to mark one year until Brexit Today marks the…
Last Modified: 28th March 2018
Legal duty to prevent harassment is necessary to combat inconsistent and ineffective responses by…
Last Modified: 26th March 2018
The rise in unpaid overtime for UK workers presents a huge risk for both organisations and their…
Last Modified: 23rd March 2018
National Minimum Wage Rates  National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW) rates…
Last Modified: 22nd March 2018
Court decision means employees may be entitled to compensation if organisation's negligence leads…
Last Modified: 20th March 2018
Report finds working dads are being failed by current leave and workplace policies The Women and…