With sexual harassment still very much on the radar, think carefully about your Christmas party and take steps to avoid a morning-after employee relations headache.
With every day bringing new allegations and rumours about workplace sexual harassment, HR professionals are inevitably left wondering ‘are we next?’
Our latest quarterly employment law news including gender pay gap reporting and the long-running saga of holiday pay calculations.
From next year, the rules on taxation of termination payments are changing.
On 25 May 2018 the UK (and the rest of Europe) will implement the General Data Protection Regulations. What are the changes and how should you approach them?
Our latest quarterly news, packed full of goodies, including the latest on employment tribunal fees.
Providing an employment reference is a potential minefield for employers, with competing risks of liabilities to the employee and new employer.
A recent tribunal decision has suggested that employers who provide enhanced maternity pay for women, but not for men on shared parental leave, could find themselves accused of direct sex discrimination.
If you reduce the number of posts and require people in the remaining posts to work full time, could this lead to vulnerability in a tribunal claim?
An employment tribunal has awarded nominal compensation of £2 for a breach of an employee’s statutory right to be accompanied.