Welcome to Guides – a one-stop shop where you can access all the latest information, guidance, regulation and opinion, in A-Z format. All the content from our bestselling HR and employment law handbook is now available to explore here, in handy Guide form, using key points, listing legislation, and directing to sources of further information.
The useful ‘Jump to contents’ feature allows you to see all the content in a Guide at a glance, so you can navigate your way around easily and quickly.
Keeping on top of changes in employment law and HR at a time when the Government is reviewing all red tape is often time-consuming and costly on resources, but the Guides will enable you to keep up to date with information provided by Workplace Law’s team of experts – lawyers, practitioners, consultants and experts in their field.
Take a look at the Guides in the handy A-Z sorter below.
|6.||Dress codes - Employment issues||Guide|
|7.||Interviews under caution||Guide|
|9.||Disciplinary and grievance procedures||Guide|
|1.||HR - what your colleagues should know about recruitment||Blog post|
|2.||Employees being offered more flexible working opportunities||Blog post|
|3.||Key employment law changes – April 2015||Blog post|
|4.||Lock v. British Gas – ruling on commission and holiday pay||Blog post|
|5.||Employers confused over laws protecting religion||Blog post|
|6.||Shared parental leave changes to take effect from 5 April – is your business ready?||Blog post|
|7.||Employers need to plan now to ensure they can properly manage the global workforce of tomorrow||Blog post|
|8.||Employee benefits: the driving force to your company’s success||Blog post|
|9.||Businesses worldwide agree on responsibility to respect human rights, finds a major new report||Blog post|
|10.||Discriminatory questions to avoid when interviewing candidates||Blog post|