A date has been set for what is shaping up to be one of the most important employment cases of 2015.
Many small businesses are struggling to adjust after losing the right to reclaim costs attached to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP).
A decision by ministers to introduce a new fees regime for Employment Tribunals is set to come under fresh scrutiny, following a recent survey.
A watchdog has warned companies about blaming bogus health and safety laws for poor customer service.
The EU’s highest court has ruled that obesity can constitute a disability in certain circumstances, setting a precedent which could have major repercussions for employers across the continent.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has set out plans to crack down on “cowboy employment agencies”. A raft of recently revealed measures will take steps to close a current loophole, which allows the wages of permanent staff to be undercut. Action
Laws set to take effect next spring will give important new employment rights to parents having children born through surrogacy
Businesses convicted of corporate manslaughter could face fines of more than £20m under newly published penalty guidelines. The Sentencing Council is considering whether companies found guilty of corporate manslaughter – as well as health and safety and food hygiene offences
New laws, which came into effect on December 1st, give parents greater flexibility over how they share the care of their child during the maternity period. Under the new rules, parents will be able to share up to 50 weeks
York-based solicitors Hethertons are warning employers of an Employment Appeal Tribunal decision which has ruled that non-guaranteed overtime payments should be taken into consideration when calculating a worker’s holiday pay entitlement. As a result of the ruling in Bear Scotland v