The HSE recently released a report regarding the impact of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
THSP Risk Management are supporting Diabetes Week, this week is dedicated to raising awareness about diabetes.
The perennial question, for employment law purposes, is whether these workers are ‘working’ – and entitled to the rights that go with that.
Employer’s Hefty Bill For Pensions Failures
The footwear chain Johnsons Shoes Company has turned a £400 fixed penalty notice into a bill for £42,000.
For a person to be protected by whistleblowing legislation they must have made a protected disclosure.
Psychometric Testing was Discriminatory
Psychometric testing has long been a way of assessing the aptitude of job applicants. But this tick-box test, marked by computers, doesn’t necessarily provide a level playing field.
Employers’ Role in Suicide Prevention
A new resource has been launched to help employers play their part in reducing incidences of suicide among workers in the UK.
It seems that more of us will soldier on, rather than sink under the duvet, when we feel unwell.
Issues around holiday pay seem to have been rumbling on for a lifetime.
In the US worker protection is being rolled back. With the general election looming, will the UK vote for safety?