There is no place for bullying in today’s society. Not only is it incredibly harmful to the victim on so many levels, but there can also be awful repercussions for your business too, as it… Puts your responsibility to provide a safe and healthy working environment...
A sales director felt pressured to leave his job because his boss didn’t want “a team of bald-headed 50-year-old men,” a tribunal has heard. Mark Jones, 61, was awarded £71,000 in damages at an employment appeal, after alleging that his former employer, Leeds-based...
We post following the very sad news yesterday of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Our sincere condolences to the Royal Family at this difficult time. We will endeavour to keep you appraised of developments and guidance to businesses. Not long ago, the Government...
Having fun at work is important. It makes the days go quicker, helps us to build good relationships with our colleagues, and can make us more motivated, productive and happy in our jobs. But what happens if that workplace banter goes too far? A report by the Financial...
Are there any members of your team that you feel take too many sick days? It’s a more common problem than you might think. And of course, it’s a tricky one to deal with. Reports have shown that the current sickness absence figures are at the highest rate they’ve been...
Should holiday pay for a term-time worker with a year-round contract (a ‘part-year worker’) be calculated as 12.07% of their annual earnings? In Harpur Trust v Brazel the Supreme Court held ‘No’. Mrs Brazel was employed on a permanent zero-hour contract to...
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