Unfair dismissal case update
Unfair dismissal case update A look at two recent Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) decisions on unfair dismissal. Is it unreasonable […]
Enhanced Safeguards for Pregnant Employees and Returners from April 2024
Enhanced Safeguards for Pregnant Employees and Returners from April 2024 As of 6 April 2024, the statutory right for an […]
Stress Awareness Month April 2024
Stress Awareness Month April 2024 Stress: Is it part of the job, or do workers need protection? Since the 1990’s, […]
Supporting employees who have suffered bereavement
Supporting employees who have suffered bereavement As an employer, offering leave in circumstances where an employee has lost a loved […]
The Perils of Presenteeism in the Workplace
The Perils of Presenteeism in the Workplace In the pre pandemic world, it was not uncommon for staff to spend […]
A different kind of gig
A different kind of gig… The gig economy, characterised by short-term contracts and freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs, […]
How can employers support staff with eating disorders
How can employers support staff with eating disorders? 26th February 2024 is the start of ‘National Eating Disorders Awareness Week’. […]
Do employees have a right to work from home?
Do employees have a right to work from home? The working landscape has undergone a significant transformation since the onset […]
Pulling a sickie – genuine illness or “faking it”? ‘National Sickie Day’ fell on the first Monday in February. The day […]
Surveillance in the Workplace: Protecting Productivity or Invading Privacy?
Surveillance in the Workplace: Protecting Productivity or Invading Privacy? 87% of UK companies say they have adapted to hybrid working.1  With […]