Employers are advised to reinforce the idea that they are a family-friendly organization.
Tags: Employment law
Thousands of women encounter a shocking lack of support when returning to work.
One of the key actions an employer can take is the introduction of a diversity and inclusion policy.
What are the pertinent issues and how can employers address them?
Hermes becomes the latest participant in the gig economy saga.
Shop workers, mainly female, can now compare themselves to warehouse workers, mainly men, in terms of pay.
It’s a good thing both from an employment law and economic point of view.
With heavy snowfall already upon us, UK commuters are once again facing the prospect of travel disruptions that will hamper their sterling attempts to get to work
They come into play after it was estimated that 54,000 women a year may lose their jobs due to pregnancy or maternity.
What can you do if your organisation can no longer afford an employee bonus scheme?
What to so when the dreaded dating phenomenon moves to your place if work?
We present a piece of expert advise for employers dependent on low-skill EU labour.
We present a round up of expert comments on what HR professionals should look out for in 2019.
Will plans announced by Government to improve the rights of workers on zero-hour contracts, agency employees and those working in the gig economy, live up to their promise?
A fresh warning to employers on the importance of ensuring all employees sign their contracts of employment.