The recent High Court decision which prevented Tesco from using the controversial 'fire and rehire' option in order to change terms and conditions of employment has been overturned by the Court of Appeal.
Debate continues to rage regarding ‘gender critical’ beliefs and their status as a philosophical belief.
New regulations are changing how statements of fitness for work, also known as “fit notes” can be issued.
Just in time for the summer holiday, the Supreme Court has now handed down its long-awaited decision on part-time holiday – The Harpur Trust v Brazel.
Each year our firm nominates a charity of the year and this year we have chosen Ruksak45218.
As part of our series of articles on recruitment this month, here we explore issues which can arise when checking an applicant’s right to work.
Most employers will be familiar with the provisions of the Equality Act 2010 (EqA 2010) which make discrimination and harassment unlawful in relation to nine "protected characteristics". However, they may not always be aware that this prohibition also applies at the recruitment stage.
As part of our mini-series of articles on recruitment this month, in this article we explore some of the issues which can arise at the offer stage.
As part of our mini-series of articles on recruitment this month, in this article we explore some of the issues which can arise when employers wish to vet the candidates who apply to them, before they offer them a role.
The P&O mass redundancies continue to reverberate. The government has now announced that it will be introducing a new Statutory Code of Practice on the use of fire and rehire practices to change employment terms and conditions.