The rules on how employers calculate holiday pay for some workers is set to change, with new regulations coming into effect in April 2020.
In June 2019 it was announced that the Mayday bank holiday will take place on Friday 8 May 2020, rather than Monday 4 May, to coincide with the 75th anniversary of VE Day. But what does this mean from an
According to the latest research, 44 per cent of employees with mental health conditions are not aware that their condition could be classed as a disability and are missing out on legal protections in the workplace.
A recent Supreme Court ruling in favour of a Royal Mail employee is set to bring added protection for whistleblowers.
An employment tribunal has ruled that a hairdresser and beauty therapist was unfairly dismissed after her employer failed to quantify complaints about her behaviour.
An NHS trust was found to have flouted age discrimination rules after dismissing an 89-year old medical secretary because she could not use a computer. Eileen Jolly told an employment tribunal that she felt ‘humiliated’ after she was dismissed and
The Government is set to consult on whether employers should be required to provide a basic reference for former employees.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has overturned a previous judgement in the case of López Ribalda and others V Spain, in which a supermarket Manager covertly filmed workers stealing.
BBC Presenter Samira Ahmed has taken the public service broadcaster to an employment tribunal, arguing she was being paid one-sixth of what Jeremy Vine was being paid for a similar role.
According to the latest research, more than one million UK workers did not receive any of the holiday pay that they are legally entitled to. The analysis, published by the Resolution Foundation think-tank, found that workers in the UK are