The UK Supreme court has ruled on the “gay- cake” discrimination case and was unanimous in their judgement in favour of the Asher bakery’s appeal.
The introduction of the living wage is just a couple of weeks away and it is worth taking a look at a few facts, the impact and a few predictions in relation to it.
Many things have made modern life much easier and for employers recruiting the right person is one such task.
A nightmare disciplinary process with a happy ending
Hearing that disciplinary allegations are unproven can be the best news an employee hears after a period of great stress and anxiety.
The breakdown of any relationship can prove to be a bitter and costly affair.
When the split is between an employer and aggrieved employee it can be extremely acrimonious.
Employers have been allowed to do criminal record checks on job applicants but the right to continue doing so is now under question.
There is a well-known saying that there is no smoke without fire but it’s a dangerous approach to take in disciplinary matters.
Appraisal what to expect
Being prepared to perform at your best when your work is under review
Whether you like the idea or not it’s likely that at some stage you may be asked to explain your job performance.
Expecting a baby is a time for celebration and it’s natural for parents to hope that family, friends and colleagues will share their joyful anticipation.