Is it discriminatory for a devout Christian baker to refuse to bake a cake bearing the message 'Support Gay Marriage'? No, the Supreme Court has said in Lee v Ashers Bakery. Mr Lee is a gay rights activist in Northern Ireland. He ordered a cake saying 'Support Gay Marriage'.
Economist and workplace commentator Stephanie Hare has published ideas on why British productivity is so low - meetings. According to Ms Hare, conference calls and video conferencing are the worst offenders.
Can co-workers be liable for whistleblowing dismissals along with the employer?
It seems, at long last, that we are finally getting somewhere with regard to the provision of mental ill health first aid.
Is an employer liable for a drunken assault which happens after a work party has finished? Sometimes, said the Court of Appeal in Bellman v Northampton Recruitment. Mr Major was managing director of Northampton Recruitment.
Should an employer always have a meeting before dismissing an employee for some other substantial reason (SOSR)? Not always, said the Employment Appeal Tribunal in Hawkes v Ausin Group.
Following the HSE’s 2018 update to EH40, we have seen the introduction and revision of Workplace Exposure Limits for 31 substances.
Opportunities face-to-face with main contractors and public sector buyers.
The 3 Counties Business Expo
This spring The Bath Business Expo 2018, one of the largest general business exhibitions and networking opportunities in the region.
Come and discuss work opportunities face-to-face.
The South West Construction Summit will bring together the regional construction industry.