Only just recently the TUC called for an overhaul of shared parental leave legislation in response to only 9,200 new parents taking shared parental…
Category: Employment Law Analysis
Jonathan Beech, Managing Director of Migrate UK, discusses why the delay in exiting the EU is causing a major skills crisis, threatening our future…
How can businesses, and in particular HR professionals, need to act to ensure that they are prepared for IR35 legislation in the private sector?
Kirsten Cluer demystifies the EU Settlement Scheme for all HR and employers in the UK. A must read!
New increases are stark reminder of the costs incorrect dismissals incur.
Advice for employers based on insights of the court rulings over cases involving protected characteristics disputes.
Employers are advised to reinforce the idea that they are a family-friendly organization.
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…
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?
At the core of the problem is how HR deal with workplace relationship issues, and even more fundamentally, the culture of how people deal…
We present a piece of expert advise for employers dependent on low-skill EU labour.
With veganism being in employment law news of late, Alan Price discusses an employers’ responsibilities towards employees who have specific dietary requirements like veganism.
Kate Palmer has a piece of advice for employers making preparations for their staff Christmas parties.