Feb 07, 2018
It has been reported that traditionally, the first Monday in February is the day in which the greatest number of employees in the UK take the day off due to illness.
It is suggested that this is do
Feb 01, 2018
Following the undercover investigation conducted by the Financial Times, the issue of liability for third-party harassment has once again been again been challenged.
On this occasion, female hostes
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
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
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
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
Dec 19, 2017
Over the last year, employment law headlines have been dominated by case law developments on employment status, annual leave, religious dress in the workplace and shared parental leave.
In July, th
Dec 14, 2017
Article 8 of the Human Rights Act 1998 provides that all individuals have the right to respect for private and family life. Therefore, would video surveillance of lecture theatres violate a univer