Brexit is everywhere. It’s in our conversation, it’s on every news channel (virtually) and the yet effectively the discussion has danced around trying to resolve the same problems.
We’re going to start the New Year by taking a look at the governments highly publicised ‘Good Work Plan’ whose recommendations were taken up and suggested legislation was outlined in the final days of December when it looked like the Pri
The court of appeal has overturned a ruling on payments for care workers who carry out “sleep-in” shifts for clients with learning disabilities, potentially averting a crisis that employers claim would have jeopardised the care of vulnerable people.
Our roundup of the latest business and HR news stories which are making headway in the press.
Our roundup of the latest business and HR news making headway in the press.
This week in the news, the Tory government state that the EU has an important role in deciding employment law; a delivery driver is awarded £31k in compensation after winning his unfair dismissal case; a whistle blower from a Manchester
Minimum wages increases and increases in employment tribunal awards.