Although voluntary redundancy is often regarded as lower risk than compulsory redundancy, there are still traps for the unwary employer.
Like hurricanes in Hertfordshire, reinstatement, or reengagement, hardly ever happens as a consequence of a successful employment tribunal claim for unfair dismissal.
Continuing with our focus this month on women and inequalities in the workplace, a summary of new guidance from Leaders as Change Agents (LACA) has been produced to help employers and employees address these inequalities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has required all of us to adapt quickly to a changing business landscape. For many businesses, the financial struggle caused by the economic downturn, has precipitated a need to consider making changes to the terms on which they employ their staff.
Christmas is a difficult time for many people and this year the strain will be particularly hard on those with low incomes.
The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) drives ever more of our interactions with services.
For fans of Hollywood, you may recognise the term “Attorney-Client Privilege” bandied around in many a legal thriller.
Joanne Sefton explains what other lawyers won't tell you about reinstatement after tribunal.
As specialists in employment law for FE Colleges, we give our take on the Augar report.
We reflect on the issues that arise from suspension - the hot take and hot tips.