The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is offering employees a reward of up to £100,000 to whistleblow on their employer. Can you prohibit staff from contacting the CMA?
The Prime Minister has now triggered Article 50 and the UK is on course to leave the European Union. When we eventually do, what will happen to employees’ existing statutory paid holiday rights?
The Court of Appeal has decided that an employee who was sacked following over a year’s sickness absence was unfairly dismissed. Does that mean you can’t ever dismiss employees who are on long-term sickness absence?
If staff order supplies online or make Internet bookings for business purposes, there’s a risk they could be taking advantage of so-called cashback websites at your expense. How can you prevent this?
In Kenbata v Westminster City Council 2017, the employee alleged that the positioning of a potted plant was racial harassment. The tribunal found otherwise but this case still holds an important lesson for employers. What is it?
HEALTH & SAFETY
Several of your employees require personal protective clothing and equipment (PPE) in order to carry out their role safely. PPE costs can easily mount up but can you charge your staff for it?
Following a ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in March 2017, it’s been suggested that it’s safe for employers to ban religious headscarves. Is this true or potentially dangerous advice?