Theresa May defeats Tory coup.
OECD explains that we still have some way to go in achieving migrant inclusion goals.
Close relations between all levels of staff matter when it comes to feel valued.
A company that spied on an employee’s Yahoo Messenger account broke European human rights law guaranteeing privacy, judges ruled in a landmark decision.
Businesses in the food and drink sector fear Brexit could strip out crucial workers from the supply chain, according to a survey released by the British Retail Consortium.
The Repeal Bill, formally titled the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, has now been published.
Two months ago, a huge political event caused debate around employment laws and the EU’s influence on them. In the politically tumultuous weeks that followed the referendum, a new campaign has cast worker’s rights back into the spotlight. The Labour leadership contest between Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith is a battle for the support of the left-wing and trade unions, with much of the campaigning focused on bolstering employee and trade union rights.
If on 23rd June Britain votes for Brexit, we will cease to share both the benefits and burdens of EU legislation in the workplace. In front of an audience of senior HR professionals from some of the UK’s biggest employers, the cases for and against were debated at Vista’s “Ten Amendments” regular employment update event…
Employers can prevent Muslim female employees from wearing religious headscarves, so long as the ban is based on an organisation-wide policy forbidding all religious and political symbols, the European Court of Justice has ruled in the run-up to a landmark ruling expected from the EU’s highest court this year.
Yesterday Boris Johnson sung the Ode to Joy in German at a press conference and now all the Remain camp’s cards have started to come tumbling down….well not quite, but thing are starting to look a little shaky.
For the first time in a generation there is a real possibility of the UK leaving the EU. With this in mind we consider the possible effect on employers in some key areas and a few “what if” scenarios.
Of all the major EU economic powers Germany has been the slowest at instilling gender diversity at the very top of business.
The overwhelming majority of businesses across Europe (92 percent) admit they are not ready for the introduction of the EU Digital Single Market, according to new research commissioned by Ricoh Europe. The Digital Single Market is set to be the most game-changing European regulation this decade, yet millions of businesses currently stand to miss out on its benefits and let an estimated €415bn contribution to the European economy pass them by.
With the official EU referendum campaigns now launched, the CBI is setting out the business case for why the majority of its member organisations want to remain in a reformed European Union .
Europe’s highest court has ruled that the time a freelance employee without a fixed place of work spends travelling between their home and their first and last work assignments should be counted as ‘working time’ for the purpose of protecting worker’s safety.