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Employment law solicitor Nerys Cobner-Vale features in People Management as she counts down last year's most significant employment judgments, which could prove costly for businesses in 2018.
What can HR do to support employees determined to better themselves in the new year? Employment Solicitor Madeleine Mould explains in People Management.
November 1 was Stress Awareness Day, and on the back of the Government's "Thriving at Work" report, Senior Solicitor Kevin Lau considers the statistics which show stress is a workplace issue which employers must take seriously.
As a number of high-profile retailers, pubs and leisure sector businesses pledge to move staff away from zero hours contracts, we consider the pros and cons – should all employers follow suit?
We look at recent developments concerning Employment Tribunal fees, which have been consistently challenged as denying access to justice since their introduction a year ago.
Following on from our Employment law "Top Ten" of 2017 we now take a look ahead to 2018 and what are likely to be the key employment law developments for employers and HR professionals.
How will employers and HR professionals remember 2017? We thought we’d seen enough Brexit turmoil in 2016 but it paled into insignificance compared with the legal and political wranglings this year.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled in the case of King v Sash Windows & another that a "self-employed" salesman who established worker status is able to claim holiday pay...