Failing to investigate a complaint can have serious consequences. It not only damages an organisation’s reputation, but it can also have serious legal consequences. So perhaps now is a good time to remind employers of the potential negative legal outcomes,
Published: 6 July 2019
Known more commonly as IR35, the rules are currently already in place within the public sector, where they have already sparked considerable controversy and several high-profile cases in the First Tier Tribunal – including successful appeals lodged by TV presenters, such as Lorraine Kelly.
Published: 17 June 2019
Key new developments in the US and Mexico. A report on significant employment law developments in their jurisdictions: the US ... View Article
Published: 13 June 2019
Employment law can be fast moving and in these days of political and economic uncertainty it is more important than ever for HR teams to provide practical advice to business. A medium to long term strategic HR plan needs to look beyond Brexit and consider what opportunities and challenges might be presented.
Published: 25 April 2019
Bulgaria Employers’ obligations under the new Disability Act On 18 December 2018, the Bulgarian Parliament enacted the new Disability Act, ... View Article
Published: 10 April 2019
So, what is the defence – you made the effort, or you have cooperated with the investigation or both, perhaps that’s still not enough if you have the resources and funds to ensure compliance. This case relates to a very large establishment and the fine clearly reflects this.
Published: 4 February 2019
Pay will dominate the 2019 employment law agenda. In addition to producing a gender pay gap report, companies with more than 250 employees will be required to report on the difference in pay between their chief executive and their average worker.
Published: 13 January 2019
In March 2018 the High Court handed down its decision in Goldscheider v The Royal Opera House Covent Garden Foundation  EWHC 687. The case involved a viola player who had suffered from “acoustic shock” as a result of being placed just a few feet in front of the horn section during a 2012 rehearsal of Wagner’s Die Walkure.
Published: 6 January 2019
The Court of Appeal in WM Morrison Supermarkets plc v Various Claimants has upheld the High Court decision that an employer was vicariously liable for the actions of a rogue employee who disclosed the personal information of 100,000 employees on the internet.
Published: 29 October 2018
The DWP’s proposals are welcomed in terms of their efforts to create a stronger Regulator. Contributor Faith Dickson. The key to success will be to focus on making sure that their powers are clear and that they can be used quickly, to ensure that the new regime operates as intended.
Published: 27 August 2018