Government is to launch a new workers’ watchdog to tackle modern slavery
The annual cost to employers of workplace conflicts reached nearly £29bn just before the pandemic, according to ACAS
Natasha Adom and Raoul Parekh consider potential repercussions of the supreme court’s landmark decision on worker status
The UK was an early adopter of whistleblowing protection for workers, but is the law still doing its job? Rachel Rothwell investigates
Heavy reliance to be placed on video and telephone hearings to clear post-pandemic backlog
Beverley Sunderland’s small but ‘perfectly-formed’ and thriving employment boutique has embraced an appealing new ownership structure
Claimants in the employment tribunal are now facing up to 46 weeks for their hearings during lockdown, it has been revealed.
A consultation on measures to reform post-termination non-compete clauses in employment contracts has closed, but critics are concerned it could “dis
Critics say law reform could “disincentivise" business investment
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