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9 February 2018 |
Whistleblowing at work can be a daunting prospect if you don’t have all the facts. We answer some common questions to help your understanding.
29 January 2018 |
Phil Neville has kept his job as women’s football manager despite outcry over his comments on social media. Simpson Millar investigates.
25 January 2018 |
It has been reported that insurance companies are treating people with mental health issues less favorably.
Can employees working four days instead of five really lead to higher levels of productivity? New research into work-life balance suggests this could be the case.
10 January 2018 |
Employers may decide to relocate from their usual place of work, which can raise a number of legal issues for employers and employees.
Wagamamas offered a very simple ultimatum in relation to sick leave over their busy Christmas period: Call in sick, and there will be disciplinary action.
6 December 2017 |
End of year functions are a great way to unwind with work colleagues in a more social environment, but certain rules still apply.
29 November 2017 |
An ongoing case over the right to receive holiday pay could have ground-breaking consequences for workers and employers in the UK
14 November 2017 |
An ECJ case considered whether an employer's failure to carry out a workplace assessment for a breastfeeding mother can be considered sex discrimination.
10 November 2017 |
Uber have lost their appeal, meaning its drivers are now considered fully fledged 'workers', entitling them worker status benefits.
6 November 2017 |
What should you do if you have experienced sexual harassment at work? Find out the steps to take if you’re in this situation.
16 October 2017 |
Returning from maternity leave can be a headache. Planning and communicating with your employer is key to make the process as smooth as possible.
6 October 2017 |
If you get ill just before your holiday, can you claim the annual leave back from your employer? Our Employment Solicitor explains how this could be the case.
26 September 2017 |
A 59 year old woman recently won at a Watford Employment Tribunal after being told she would be suited to a more 'traditional' office.
22 September 2017 |
Uber has recently had their licence revoked in London. Over 40,000 workers will be affected. Our Employment Specialist explains the story.
13 September 2017 |
The FDA won a claim for £200,000 for its union members from CPS over hours worked, thanks to FDA Official Jawad Raza and Joy Drummond
4 September 2017 |
Foster carers are perceived as self-employed contractors and as such are not entitled to certain employment rights. Find out how this can be challenged.
1 September 2017 |
Employers often dread dealing with difficult or awkward situations involving their employees We offer some tips to help you tackle employee issues.
11 August 2017 |
In the wake of the Taylor Review, we explore how this could change the future of employment law in the UK