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Gender Inequality in workplace dress codes

Aug 04, 2017 Dress requirements in the workplace that consist of high heels and target young women in “insecure jobs” who already feel vulnerable in the workplace have been suggested as “dama

Important case judgements employers should consider before making a decision

Aug 02, 2017 Six key employment case decisions, first posted by Personnel Today. (1)  Tribunal Fees R (On the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor (Supreme Court) On the 2

Employment Tribunal Claim Update

Jul 31, 2017 Following the decision made to abolish tribunal fees on the 26th July, the Employment and Property Jurisdictional Support Team of HM Courts and Tribunals Service, have issued the following statement f

Supreme Court rules tribunal fees as unlawful!

Jul 26, 2017 This morning, tribunal fees have been ruled as unlawful and the Government now face paying fines of up to 32m to claimants. In 2013, to reduce weak cases, the Government implemente

The Repeal Bill will ensure there is no immediate change to workers’ rights!

Jul 25, 2017 The Repeal Bill will ensure there is no immediate change to workers’ rights! The Repeal Bill appoints the Governments plans for ensuring a functioning statue book is in place whe

“I lost a darts tournament last night and I am too traumatised to come in to work today”

Jul 17, 2017 “I lost a darts tournament last night and I am too traumatised to come in to work today” – One of the most bizarre excuses for calling in sick to work found by survey published by CV-Lib

What do employers need to know about the Taylor Review?

Jul 14, 2017 What do employers need to know about the Taylor Review? “The Taylor Review: What employers need to know” was published first by Personnel Today. What is the Taylor R

Scottish Labour Party has called for a maximum of 48 hours in a working week!

Jul 12, 2017 Scottish Labour Party have called for a maximum of 48 hours in a working week – Is this good or bad? As part of Scottish Labours new Industrial Strategy, Kezia Dugdale has sought