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Workplace rights if there’s no Brexit deal

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has issued guidance on the impact o...

Police dress code labelled as ‘draconian’

Union Unite has described a new ‘appearance and standards’ code for all staff emplo...

ISO 50001 for energy management gets a boost

ISO 50001, the flagship International Standard for improving energy performance, has just ...

Government ‘shielding dangerous employers from legal action’ as workers face bar on workplace injury claims

Union Unite is accusing the government of using a bill to shield employers who play ‘fast...

When suspension goes wrong

Deciding to suspend an employee should be carefully considered as the implications further down...

Trust the NHS… or stand in Unison against it?

It’s no great shock that at a time when the NHS continues to face huge financial pressure...

Joint employer status - the future of outsourcing?

We had another twist in the case of outsourced workers versus client organisation on 7 August 2...

Is ‘positive action’ always a positive thing?

2018 has seen many high-profile businesses in the UK making very public statements on their eff...

Long Term Sick

The management of long term sickness normally requires a more sensitive approach.  Every case w...

Human rights

The Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA) adopted the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rig...

Discipline and grievance

Procedural fairness in the workplace is essential if employers are to avoid falling foul of emp...

Directors' responsibilities

Company directors are primarily responsible for the management of their companies and, generall...