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The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices (the Review) was published last week. Commissioned by Theresa May shortly after she became Prime Minister last summer, the independent review examined how employment practices need to change in order to keep pace with modern business models,...
19th Jul 2017 by in Legal Updates
We understand that managing sickness absences can be problematic at times for employers. It is important, however, to manage absences pro-actively, reasonably and fairly. To assist employers we have put together our top 10 tips...
12th Jul 2017 by in Legal Updates
Being able to back up your decisions with clear data evidence is all part of strong leadership in HR, and there’s a high chance you’re already on top of the 11 metrics we’ve outlined as the most important ones for any HR department to track...
16th Dec 2016 by in Insight
In the news this week, we were informed that almost one-fifth of people (18%) diagnosed with cancer face discrimination from employers or colleagues on return to work. This statistic followed research by the charity Macmillan...
11th Nov 2016 by in Legal Updates
This week we look at a case with potentially far-reaching consequences for employers of people with disabilities.
7th Sep 2016 by in Legal Updates
The start of the Euros on 10 June 2016 is bringing anticipation and excitement to millions of football fans across Europe but this time of fun and “backing your team” could cause a headache for employers...
2nd Jun 2016 by Sarah Dillon in Legal Updates
Employers occasionally suspect that an employee’s illness is not genuine, or that the employee is malingering, but believe that there is little that can be done.
18th Mar 2016 by Sarah Dillon in Legal Updates
The management of sickness absence is an inevitable aspect of the management of employees.
4th Sep 2015 by in Legal Updates
With the Conservatives now in power following last weeks election, we take a look at what can be expected in terms of changes in employment law.
11th May 2015 by in Legal Updates
The recent High Court case of Easton v B&Q plc highlights the need for psychiatric injury to be reasonably foreseeable by the employer.
9th Apr 2015 by Nina Robinson in Legal Updates
The ever changing legal landscape in the field of employment and human resources has had another bumper year in 2014.
24th Dec 2014 by Nina Robinson in Legal Updates
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