Last Modified: 18th February 2019
Consultation seeking views on mandatory vetting of applicants.
Last Modified: 15th February 2019
Hotel workers have been encouraged to report suspected instances of crime, including modern slavery…
Last Modified: 13th February 2019
Research indicates that employees are increasingly pressurised by their managers to work outside of…
Last Modified: 11th February 2019
Petition released calling for a ban on the use of these contracts. Zero-hours contracts have…
Last Modified: 8th February 2019
A recent tribunal has ruled that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) were wrong to penalise…
Last Modified: 6th February 2019
Simon Mayo has outlined that the ‘reconfiguration’ of his BBC Radio 2 show made him feel unwanted…
Last Modified: 4th February 2019
Judgment determines current system is “disproportionate” to applicants’ rights to privacy.  
Last Modified: 1st February 2019
The supermarket has suffered a further loss in their attempt to appeal against a ruling that store…
Last Modified: 30th January 2019
Judge’s decision confirms that the £25,000 per annum provided by UK Sport to over 1,000 British…
Last Modified: 28th January 2019
Response follows recommendations for improvements to be made to address the issue. In August 2018…
Last Modified: 29th January 2019
Proposals would extend existing redundancy protection by a period of six months following the end…
Last Modified: 28th January 2019
It has been confirmed that EU nationals who wish to remain in the UK after Brexit will not need to…
Last Modified: 29th January 2019
As the ‘most depressing day of the year’ dawns organisations should be prepared to explore ways…
Last Modified: 18th January 2019
Thousands of female workers could be set to share more than £500m after their union representatives…
Last Modified: 8th February 2019
The hotel chain has announced a five step plan aimed at encouraging out of work parents to apply…
Last Modified: 14th January 2019
This comes in response to a report that claims the number of people using flexible working…
Last Modified: 11th January 2019
The number of fines issued to organisations for breaching auto-enrolment pension requirements…
Last Modified: 9th January 2019
Research in the BMJ Open journal highlights that more needs to be done to counteract male only role…
Last Modified: 7th January 2019
Update is aimed at making checking process more straight forward for organisations.
Last Modified: 4th January 2019
As we bid goodbye to 2018 and proceed with pace into the new year, now would be an opportune time…
Last Modified: 27th December 2018
Review of 2018: key employment law developments In a year where public scrutiny of employment law…
Last Modified: 24th December 2018
2018 was a busy year for important cases making their way through the employment tribunal system.…
Last Modified: 9th January 2019
A new government initiative will penalise organisations that fail to pay tribunal awards in a…
Last Modified: 20th December 2018
The government’s response to the Women and Equalities Committee confirms consultation will be…
Last Modified: 20th December 2018
Following on from the Taylor review, greater rights and clarity will be afforded to workers.…
Last Modified: 20th December 2018
The impact of removing tribunal fees continues to be felt Since tribunal fees were outlawed by the…
Last Modified: 20th December 2018
Action group is hoping to improve staff pay rates at large organisations.
Last Modified: 20th December 2018
Tribunal unfair dismissal finding highlights the importance of taking action when incidents arise.
Last Modified: 20th December 2018
Jess Varnish, a professional cyclist and former Olympic hopeful, will have her case heard at a…
Last Modified: 20th December 2018
Landmark case will consider whether ethical veganism falls within the protected characteristic of ‘…