Emma Bartlett writes for the Global Payroll Association on Uber's UK employment status case
Emma Bartlett has written for the Global Payroll Association on the uncertainty surrounding Uber's UK employment status case, despite the recent UK Court of Appeal decision. Read more below.
HR Magazine quotes Nick Hurley on redundancy and employee rights
"Unfortunately the legal remedies for employees in companies that become insolvent are very limited"
Unknown future claims cannot be settled
The EAT has confirmed that provisions in the Equality Act 2010 mean that unknown future claims cannot be compromised.
HR Magazine quotes Nick Hawkins on a pregnancy discrimination case and what companies need to be mindful of
Pregnant worker given parenting tips before sacking wins tribunal case
Michael Powner and Ellen Roberts write for People Management on the benefits and drawbacks of novel compensation packages
The benefits and drawbacks of novel compensation packages
HR Magazine quotes Anne-Marie Balfour on the importance of protecting employee data
Interserve handed £4 million fine after staff data breach
What support should employers provide for menopause in the workplace?
We discuss the key support employers should provide for menopause in the workplace
People Management quotes Anne-Marie Balfour on employee monitoring
"Whilst monitoring of employees is not necessarily unlawful, it is a legal minefield"
Sophie Rothwell writes for Employment Law Journal on demystifying employment contracts
Demystifying employment contracts: Beyond the basics
Back to the office or quietly quitting?
Quiet quitting is where employees choose to do the minimum amount of work.
FT Ignites Europe quotes Nick Hurley on quiet quitting in the asset management industry
"I cannot see any employers embracing quiet quitting as a concept. Most companies will see it as something to reduce or eliminate"
UK Employment Law – A Guide
Looking to learn more about employment law? Discover exactly how it protects you with our complete guide.
Clare Davis writes for Personnel Today on hot weather and employment law
Hot summers, hot desks – employment law advice on working through heatwaves
New industry group aims to build sustainability skills in the construction sector
Barrister with gender critical beliefs discriminated against by chambers
An employment tribunal has found that the barrister, Allison Bailey was discriminated against because of her gender critical beliefs.
Calculating holiday for Part-Year Workers - why the method matters
We summarise the methods of calculating holiday pay and a court decision.
The Guardian quotes Nick Hurley on the recent Supreme Court holiday pay ruling
"It is one of the few examples of a situation where a part time worker is treated more favourably than a full time worker..."
Gender critical belief – finding of discrimination
We look at the contrasting outcomes of cases dealing with discrimination claims.
Protect your connections
In an employment context, employers in the life sciences sector can protect their businesses in a number of ways.
Could the UK’s Life Sciences Vision be restricted by its Immigration Policy?
We explore some of the visa options that may be open to businesses in the sector and their relative pros and cons.