Despite widespread resistance from the business community, in April 2020, the government will press ahead with its reforms to off-payroll working in the private sector (IR35).
Discrimination against veganism is prevalent in the workplace and 74% of managers don’t realise this could be against the law, according to a new survey
More companies are being held accountable for employees sleazy behaviours. Fortunately, employers can do a lot to keep sexism and harassment at a minimum
Internet titan Google has been accused of paying out millions of dollars to former executive Andy Rubin – a suspected perpetrator of sexual misconduct
Discriminating against someone because of their weight could land your company in hot legal waters
The British winter weather can wreak havoc on your business company if you don’t know what rights you and your employees have
The holiday season is officially on and the Christmas parties have already begun. However, how can business bosses ensure they don’t end up in legal hot water due to their employees’ drunken shenanigans?
Employee sustained traumatic brain damage after being punched in the face by his boss at a Christmas party. Now the Court of Appeal considers the company liable for the injuries