Last year, scientists concluded that the year 536AD was the worst time to be alive.
The past 12 months has been challenging for everyone across the UK. No-one would have predicted at the end of 2019, the turmoil that would quickly unfold.
Despite the UK government's financial help for employers following the Covid 19 lockdown, many businesses find themselves having to restructure their organisation as restrictions are lifted.
Many businesses have found themselves with a vacant commercial premises as a result of the coronavirus pandemic
Elf and safety’ often gets a bad press. Sometimes this is deserved (when it’s poorly constructed or too late to be of any use), but often it’s not
Sometimes the ugly face of racism shows itself in the workplace. When this happens the damage is both personal and undermines the business itself.
The government’s furlough scheme came to the aid of over one millions businesses throughout the past seven months. At its peak in May, 30% of the entire UK workforce was furloughed.
Employment solicitor Will Burrows explains how race discrimination comes in many different shapes and sizes.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been a lifeline for many businesses and the uptake of the ‘furlough scheme’ has been extremely high.
When I first began legal proceedings against the Government over the introduction of lockdown, the last thing I thought I would be talking about is the changes to the Insolvency Act