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 […]
Inclusive Recruitment – Avoiding disability discrimination 
Inclusive Recruitment – Avoiding disability discrimination  The main goal in recruitment is to hire the most suitable candidates from the […]
Pulling a sickie – genuine illness or “faking it”? ‘National Sickie Day’ fell on the first Monday in February. The day […]
Staying or Delaying? - Constructive Unfair Dismissal Claims
Staying or Delaying? – Constructive Unfair Dismissal Claims Where an employer has committed a fundamental breach of an employment contract, […]
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 […]
Flexible working and Carer’s Leave – New rights for employees in April 2024
Flexible working and Carer’s Leave – New rights for employees in April 2024 A number of new employment law regulations […]
Vexatious Claims in the Employment Tribunal – Reassurance for Employers
Vexatious Claims in the Employment Tribunal – Reassurance for Employers The number of Employment Tribunal (ET) claims often spike in […]
New Year, New Approach: Tips for Employers to Boost Business Success in 2024
New Year, New Approach: Tips for Employers to Boost Business Success in 2024 As the New Year unfolds, all across […]
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 […]