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 […]
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 […]
Don’t get your Tinsel in a Tangle – Employer risks and Responsibilities at Office Christmas Parties Work Christmas parties can […]
Quitting in a Quarrel - How seriously should employers take “heat of the moment” resignations?
Quitting in a Quarrel – How seriously should employers take “heat of the moment” resignations? An employee who has properly […]
Would the removal of “worker” status affect the STEM sector’s workforce?
Would the removal of “worker” status affect the STEM sector’s workforce? In recent years, the use of casual staff has […]
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 […]
Holiday pay revisited in important Supreme Court decision
Holiday pay revisited in important Supreme Court decision We have been reporting on the vexed issue of holiday pay since […]