Research has been showing that mental ill health costs UK businesses up to £45 billion each year, with the Covid pandemic exacerbating the situation for many. What is your organisation doing to manage employee mental health, engagement, productivity and sickness absence?
Articles by ‘Catherine Hawkes’
The marriage of two companies is an exciting milestone to achieve corporate growth.
Our Employment & HR team analyse a recent Tribunal case and look into what constitutes ‘reasonable steps’ to prevent discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
With 4 in 10 employees anxious about returning to the workplace, employers should be taking steps now to implement a safe return to work for their employees.
Join us for an Inspirational discussion with Giles English – Founder of Bremont Watches
Nottingham City Council faces a huge pay out to its staff after imposing an unlawful freeze on wages. The Court of Appeal ruled that the Council could not rely on the defence that the workers had implicitly agreed to a variation to their employment contract and waived any breach by continuing to work for two years after the pay freeze.
Last month, David Lammy MP published a review recommending that, in certain cases, criminal records could be sealed from employers. Reforms such as this could have positive consequences for businesses and workers alike. Catherine Hawkes in our Employment & HR team examines the issue in her recent article for Personnel Today.