Join RWK Goodman’s Employment & HR team and Juice Recruitment at our next HR Hub where we will discuss employee engagement across physical and virtual work environments. This will be our first face-to-face HR…
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In a recent Employment Tribunal case, a 6ft male employee was awarded almost £50,000 against Tesco, as a victim of sex discrimination after his 5ft 4”, pregnant boss triggered his post-traumatic stress disorder. What…
Last week, the FT reported that the government would shortly be announcing updated guidance for businesses with regards Covid-19 restrictions in the workplace.
A recent report published by ACAS has estimated that employers across the UK are paying as much as £28.5 billion per year in order to deal with and resolve employee conflicts.
Changes to IR35, commonly known as the off-payroll working rules, are coming from 6 April. Join us for an Interactive HR Hub on Tuesday 2 March to learn when IR35 applies, how it affects employers, and what you can do to prepare for the changes.
V-Day is now upon us! With a Covid-19 vaccine now starting to be rolled out, what does the short- to medium-term landscape look like for employers? We have addressed three of the many questions that are likely to arise as the vaccines make their way across the nation.
The (latest) new coronavirus regulations have now been in force for over two weeks. In case you missed them, we take a look at the potentially serious implications for employers and workers.
Today’s changes are aimed at making the Employment Tribunal system more flexible and streamlined in the face of what is shaping up to be a significant test of its functionality over the next few years. There are, however, some inevitable concerns. Our employment experts analyse the strengths and weaknesses of the new rules.
Employment law, and employment lawyers, are in the spotlight during the unfolding coronavirus crisis, with employees looking to have their concerns addressed, and companies looking to do right by their workforce.
The votes have been counted and the decision has been made: a Conservative government will lead us into 2020, intending to make their vision of Britain’s future a reality. So what does this vision look like, and how will employers be affected?
Throughout this year, trying to keep up with the changes in employment law legislation has undoubtedly been a challenge for us all.
We are delighted to be hosting our popular annual employment law update with Juice Recruitment
The Good Work Plan outlines some “progressive” proposals to reform employment law within the UK. A number of the recommended policy changes would introduce laws that should afford employees and workers additional and extended protections during their working lives.