January, 2018

Employers are failing to verify candidate’s CV claims

Jan 26, 2018 An investigation conducted by the BBC Radio 4’s File on Four programme disclosed that thousands of people from the UK had purchased fake degree certificates from a “diploma mill” in Pakistan, wh

Poundland boss was ‘unfairly dismissed’ for handing out freebies

Jan 18, 2018 The Employment Tribunal has ruled that a manager of Poundland was unfairly dismissed for handing out free items to customers. It was heard in Watford Employment Tribunal that Mr Zia was fired after

Is your workplace disability friendly?

Jan 11, 2018 As an employer, it is your duty to ensure employees feel comfortable at their place of work.  Scope, a charity for individuals with a disability, reports that there are 13.3 million disabled people i

Help your workforce beat January blues

Jan 08, 2018 The festive excitement that makes people happy in December comes to a crash in January when everyone has to return to work. Christmas is now just a distant memory, January can therefore be perceive

Important case law developments – January 2018

Jan 05, 2018 (1)    Discrimination based on a perceived disability found as unlawful In the case of Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey, the Employment Appeal Tr