Inclusive Recruitment – Avoiding disability discrimination 
Inclusive Recruitment – Avoiding disability discrimination  The main goal in recruitment is to hire the most suitable candidates from the […]
Don’t get your Tinsel in a Tangle – Employer risks and Responsibilities at Office Christmas Parties Work Christmas parties can […]
Is it nearly Ho Ho Ho-liday time?
Is it nearly Ho Ho Ho-liday time? In the words of Michael Buble, it’s beginning to look a lot like […]
WhatsApp in the Workplace – Risks for employers
WhatsApp in the Workplace – Risks for employers A plumber employee claiming disability discrimination has been awarded more than £134,000 […]
Can we bridge the Tech Skills Gap with gender diversity?
Can we bridge the Tech Skills Gap with gender diversity? In this blog, we look at how flexible working arrangements […]
Employers should ‘Put a Label on it’ to Avoid Unfair Dismissal Claims
Employers should ‘Put a Label on it’ to Avoid Unfair Dismissal Claims Often employers and employees agree to part company […]
The Menopause and the Workplace – A case update
The Menopause and the Workplace – A case update In recent years, there has been an increase in discussion and […]
Making reasonable adjustments to a recruitment process – What happens if you get it wrong? As most employers will be […]
Discrimination case update We look at a recent employment appeal tribunal (“EAT”) decision in relation to unlawful discrimination. Higgs v […]
Can you refuse to hire “unreliable” young workers?
Can you refuse to hire “unreliable” young workers? In the latest quarterly economic survey by Shropshire Chamber of Commerce, published […]