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Employment changes in 2020 – what do we know for certain?
This article outlines key legislative changes and cases to watch out for in 2020.
Unfair dismissal – real reason hidden from decision-maker
The Supreme Court's latest decision applies both to “ordinary” unfair dismissal as well as claims for automatic unfair dismissal.
Managing neurodiversity in the workplace
Emma Bartlett writes for People Management on why employers should support neurodiversity in the workplace.
Workers do transfer under TUPE
The Employment Tribunal's decision on workers' holiday pay claim under TUPE.
Covert monitoring employees by CCTV did not violate right to privacy
An article about the recent European Court of Human Rights decision on CCTV monitoring versus the employees’ Convention right to privacy.
The menopause - can business afford to ignore the potential productivity loss of 14 million days a year?
It is clearly in the interests of business to retain the talent and experience of those working women who are dealing with the menopause.
What is on the horizon for workers' employment rights?
We take a look at what Brexit or another General Election could mean for the future of workers’ rights.
Changes to the Tier 1 (Investor) rules effective 01 October 2019
A new Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules was published on 9 September 2019.
French courts find employer liable for employee’s death during sex on a business trip
The Paris Court of Appeal found a company liable for the death of an employee on a business trip while having sex with a stranger.