It’s that time of year when temperatures hopefully start to rise, but it does also mean that things can get a little bit heated in work.
Calling time on boozing during working hours is never likely to be a popular move.
It never used to be unusual for some employees to enjoy a drink or two at lunchtimes or to strike a deal while enjoying a drink.
The financial penalties for employers convicted for health and safety, food safety and food hygiene offences will be significantly increased.
When snaps emerged of a sozzled looking Wayne Rooney following an international match it sparked widespread debate about his fitness to lead his country.
When workers on a construction site were told they had to be clean shaven an employer’s policy regarding the appearance of its workers once again made headline news.
The use of e-cigarettes in the workplace remains a burning issue for employers.
The dilemma facing companies is whether to ban the battery-operated cigarette substitute.
As temperatures soared during the recent hot spell keeping cool in the workplace became the focus of attention.
The American tradition which sees retailers slash prices created scenes of bedlam last year as shoppers literally fought to grab a bargain.
In employment matters the term reasonable is often used, but what exactly is considered reasonable can be open to interpretation and debate.