As seasoned HR practitioners are all too aware, a tricky employee relations issue is seldom resolved by leaving it alone for months on end.
As we’ve mentioned, the coming weeks will be busy as employers gear up for more changes than usual come the new tax year. Read on for the key ones:
It's the plant-based decision everyone is talking about - ethical veganism is a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010.
The Information Commissioner (ICO) has launched a consultation on its Draft Right of Access Guidance. This represents a chance to have your say on how the ICO advises dealing with request for personal data.
Tea Break Time: our latest bite-sized excerpt is on Whistleblowing, a relatively recent phenomenon but one we are seeing more and more of.
April will bring the new a number of changes for employers
Before we close for the holiday, it’s time an update on the work of our favourite local charity, the Trowbridge Storehouse Foodbank
The introduction of gender pay gap reporting obligations was never expected to herald a quick fix of generations of pay inequality, but the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed the unwelcome news that the gender pay gap among full-time employees has in fact increased in recent times.
Another Court of Appeal case has underlined the dangers of giving one reason for dismissing an employee and then later giving the true reason when defending a claim. In the case of Otshudi v Base Childrenswear the employee had worked for the company for only 3 months when she was dismissed for redundancy.
FE Colleges, in common with most employers, have their share of workplace personality clashes. A serious breakdown in relationships will, in extreme cases, inevitably result in a dismissal of once or more staff.