Jane Crosby, Partner at law firm Hart Brown, outlines the redundancy process, explaining what procedures an employer needs to put in place and what a person’s rights are in a redundancy situation
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Businesses could be forced to reveal their ethnicity pay gap statistics after an audit last year showed significant disparities in the pay and promotion opportunities of different ethnic groups.
This week, the feud between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho continued to rumble on following footage emerging of the duo in a hostile training ground stand-off, with words and steely stares exchanged at Carrington.
UK workers on zero hour contracts have more than tripled since 2012, climbing from 252,000 to 901,000 workers
UK and European business are united in the face of Brexit: they think it’s bad for Britain and bad for the EU too
A survey which sought to find out what Europeans – and those in the UK – think of Brexit has revealed the biggest points of agreement: that it’s bad for international business and not good for the European Union either.
The recent criminal case of Gloucester rugby player, Danny Cipriani, has sparked concern amongst employers unsure of what they would do if an employee was charged or convicted of a criminal offence, an employment lawyer has revealed.
Zero hours security guard was agency worker and entitled to same basic terms as hirer’s permanent employees
The Employment Appeal Tribunal in Brooknight Guarding Limited v Matei has held that a security guard on a zero hours contract was an agency worker under the Agency Worker Regulations 2010, and was not a permanent employee.
According to a recent study, nearly one in five workers with diabetes have been disciplined by their employer for taking time off from work.
MPs will today debate a parliamentary bill that seeks to make unpaid trial shifts illegal.
Tesco is facing a demand for up to £4bn in back pay from thousands of mainly female shopworkers in what could become the UK’s largest ever equal pay claim.
Six months after the Taylor report called for widespread change to UK working practices, the Government has published its response, taking action on all but one of the recommendations.
Gender pay gaps at more than 500 large companies have been revealed under rules put in place by the Government.
Whilst it is the time of year to ‘let your hair down’ and celebrate success and hard work with colleagues, Christmas parties have also become synonymous with misbehaviour, and often, employers simply do not know how to manage and avoid it.
2017 was an interesting year for employment law with Brexit, the gender pay gap, sexual harassment and the gig economy dominating the headlines and we can expect 2018 to continue in the same vein. ELAS employment law consultant Enrique Garcia takes a look at the areas to watch in the year ahead.
Primark and Sports Direct have been ‘named and shamed’ by the Government for failing to pay the minimum wage to thousands of workers.