Want to eliminate all accidents from your operations? This is a tough ask but a goal we all aspire to achieve, how do you ensure that everyone that comes to work gets home safely?
Research has revealed some alarming truths about breaches of employment rights.
A restrictive covenant is only as useful as it is enforceable.
MPT brought a High Court claim based on a number of allegations, including that the men had breached their contracts by failing to answer questions truthfully about their future intentions.
The High Court was asked to determine whether or not an employee who objected to his employer’s share sale remained employed and therefore subject to the garden leave provision in his contract.
This case is centered on the question of whether or not an employer has to prove culpability in a conduct dismissal case.
Ms Elmore was a maths teacher, dismissed on capability grounds. She had failed to meet the standards expected by the school.
Mr Charlesworth, a branch manager, took a period of sick leave after developing cancer. His employer had been looking to make cost savings, and during Mr Charlesworth’s absence the business identified the possibility of a restructure that would delete his job and save the business up to £40,000 a year.
Our Aspiration Zero – Achieving Culture Change workshops are designed to help you work towards eliminating accidents from your operations. We know what a tough ask this is but is a goal we all aspire to achieve, helping to ensure that everyone that comes to work gets home safely.
We all want our working environments to be generally happy places, where people can, and do, take part in workplace banter.