If someone asked you whether you’d prefer to pay a fine of £1 million, or, simply don’t break Health and Safety legislation – what would you pick? I know which one I’d rather.
Disability is defined quite strictly in employment law. You are disabled if you have a physical or mental impairment that has a substantial, adverse, long-term effect on your ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. It’s a neat checklist – in theory, anyway.
Pinpointing employment status is often easier said than done.
Dashing to the bakery to pick up cakes for colleagues because it’s your birthday. It’s an odd workplace custom, isn’t it?
We are very pleased to say that we are doing a Charity Skydive on Saturday 11th March 2017 to raise money for a fantastic charity, Help for Heroes.
The Government should address the problem of discriminatory dress codes. That’s according to a report by the Petitions Committee and the Women and Equalities Committee.
Under a new law, French companies with more than 50 workers have to enter into negotiations with employees about their use of digital devices. It’s to do with employees being able to assert their right to ignore their smartphones.
The wheelchair versus the buggy, the outcome could require employers to be more proactive in their handling of reasonable adjustments.
Mr Adesokan had worked for Sainsbury’s for 26 years before he was dismissed for gross misconduct.
There is a reason why the warnings given to employees expire after a set period of time. It’s to wipe the slate clean. But, as this case shows, expired warnings aren’t always irrelevant to future disciplinary decisions.