Whilst you will be used to staff taking time off work for annual leave and sickness, it is likely that you will be less familiar handling requests for time off to attend jury service. Paul Holcroft answers the pertinent question.
Tags: Employee rights
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Employers are advised to reinforce the idea that they are a family-friendly organization.
A package of 12 announcements has been launched by Government to tackle sexual harassment at work.
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.
Should employers be updating their social media policies for employees?
The two main trade unions representing staff at collapsed airline Monarch are preparing legal action over the handling of nearly 1,900 job losses.
Will the shutting down of Uber in London be a blow to the wider gig economy?
More than half of UK workers claim their workplaces are affected by a culture of negative judgement around sickness absence, research has revealed.
JD Sports has refuted claims made in a five-week undercover investigation by Channel 4 that conditions in its Rochdale warehouse are “worse than a prison”.
Sports Direct has succumbed to shareholder pressure by agreeing to an independent review of its working practices and corporate governance.
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?