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?
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.
Celebrating our first year and the launch of our new quarterly briefing.
Two cases involving employers objecting to women wearing Islamic veils at work have provided eagerly awaited judgments from the European Court of Justice this week.
The Court of Appeal has got stuck in on the question of employment status and the gig economy.
The Ministry of Justice has published its long-awaited review of Employment Tribunal Fees, analysing the facts and figures and making (fairly minor) proposals for change.
Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to transform workplace mental health support, but what should you be thinking about when dealing with stressed employees?
Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016 imposes a new obligation on public authorities to ensure public sector workers in customer-facing roles speak fluent English (or Welsh, in Wales), known as the “fluency duty”.
The new illegal working offence created by section 34 of the Immigration Act 2016 came into force on 12 July 2016. You can be imprisoned for up to five years if convicted of this offence. There may also be a civil penalty of up to £20,000.