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Tags: Employee Law
Rebecca Torrey discusses how to conduct a successful workplace investigation.
With the countdown to the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) well underway, audit, tax and consulting firm RSM, is urging companies doing business in the EU to complete their preparation for the impending rule changes, to help mitigate substantial financial and reputational risks arising from issues of non-compliance.
A group of former BHS workers have collectively won up to £1m in compensation over the way they were made redundant when the retailer collapsed.
Uber president Jeff Jones has left the taxi-hailing firm Uber after less than six months in the job.
The much-disputed Oxford comma has helped a group of dairy drivers in a dispute with a company about overtime pay.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that employers are entitled to ban workers from wearing headscarves to work.
Alexandra Levit is an author, Speaker, Consultant, Influencer, and Expert in all things workplace; Partner with PeopleResults. Here she discusses the new ‘Right to Disconnect’ law in France and how it has affected employees.
An ex-employee of Pimlico Plumbers has won a legal battle for working rights in the latest significant court ruling over employee status in the modern workplace.
Employee salary sacrifice schemes such as gym memberships, phones and insurance will no longer be tax-free, the chancellor Philip Hammond has said in the Autumn Statement
Delivery company CitySprint is the latest “gig economy” firm facing a legal challenge to treat its freelance couriers as workers.
There is a huge amount of legislation that sets out employers obligations. Debra Gers from leading law firm
Blake Morgan gives us the all important employee law perspective on workplace wellbeing.
Tesco workers are taking legal action against their employer on grounds of age and gender discrimination after the supermarket cut its pay rates for working anti-social hours.
Tens of thousands of Uber drivers in the UK could qualify for holiday and sick pay when an employment tribunal reconvenes in London today.
Off the record discussions or protected conversations have played a significant role in employer-employee exit negotiations since they became inadmissible in unfair dismissal proceedings on the 29th July 2013, but not every conversation is automatically protected. To what extent can employers genuinely have an off the record discussion?