Following the sudden announcement by the Government that coming home from Spain on holiday will involve 2 weeks in quarantine or facing a £1000 fine,... Read more »
As UK businesses begin to re-open their doors, employers are having to embrace a range of new challenges.
At the top of that list will be the... Read more »
The COVID-19 pandemic has meant that there has been no choice for businesses but to become flexible. What will happen when the pandemic is over? When... Read more »
In the words of Boris Johnson during the difficult days of COVID-19 “we will do whatever we can to support the self-employed, just as we are putting... Read more »
I need a holiday. Never have truer words been said.
Whether you are working from home or have been furloughed, the question of what to do about... Read more »
When is a person disabled in the legal sense? The law considers that a person has a disability if they have a physical or mental impairment which has... Read more »
The Good Work Plan seems to make good sense.
Following a government commissioned consultation, new parents are to benefit from an increase in legal... Read more »
I am often asked by employees whether it is okay to record meetings with their employer and by employers what they can do when a covert recording... Read more »
The recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Page v NHS Trust Development Authority concerning religious belief discrimination highlights the... Read more »
When the Equality and Human Rights Commission recently asked YouGov to conduct a survey about attitudes of employers towards pregnancy discrimination,... Read more »