For HR professionals, the day-to-day reality of people management can often be stranger than fiction, but the BBC’s new gritty drama, The Rules of the Game, was too much for us to resist.
As we continue to grapple with COVID with a return to working from home for many of us, the pandemic is likely to continue to dominate workplace issues into 2022.
Mention the words “service provision change” and the spectre of TUPE hovers in front of you.
Tea Break Time: our latest is a bite-sized reminder of the essentials in a restructure/redundancy exercise.
Where employees are accused of gross misconduct, suspending them on full pay pending a disciplinary investigation is often a knee-jerk reaction. However, as the case of Upton-Hansen Architects Ltd v Gyftaki, reminds us, such a step is not always justified.
Open-plan offices are a cost-effective and logical choice for most businesses, but for employees with autism or other types of neurodivergence, they can be unsuitable. Find out how one employee ended up being awarded over £50,000 at an employment tribunal, thanks to one firm's open-plan environment.
Can foreign nationals who work illegally in this country rely on their employment contracts in bringing proceedings before an Employment Tribunal? Find out how a recent decision made in the Court of Appeal signals a judicial clampdown on the exploitation of overseas workers.
Employees have a legal right to request flexible working arrangements, and it's your responsibility to follow a full process when considering requests. Find out what the process is, and how it went badly wrong for one employer who missed some key steps.
The Court of Appeal has made a recent and very significant decision on part-time holiday – The Harpur Trust v Brazel. We’ve already taken a number of calls from clients concerned by this decision, and have prepared this Q&A to assist.
In this episode Joanne Sefton talks us through the HR & employment law aspects of adoption, a subject close to her heart.