Snell v Network Rail It has been reported that a father was indirectly discriminated against on grounds of sex when his rate of pay for shared parental leave (SPL) was less than that of his wife. The couple worked for Network Rail. Mr Snell’s wife planned to take 27 weeks off and he would then…
Buchanan v The Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis Disability discrimination happens when a person is treated unfavourably because of something arising in consequence of their disability, and that unfavourable treatment can’t be objectively justified. The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in this case was asked to consider, in the context of long-term sickness absence, what…
An investigation is being carried out to identify why a giant bookshelf fell over at a Waterstones store. The giant bookshelf which housed gifts, stationary and cards fell over at the Waterstones Cheltenham store. It fell over just before the store opened and luckily there were no injuries.
Everyone who leaves for work in the morning should expect to return home safely to their loved ones, there is no greater gift than this.
I woke up late, again and I knew I was going to get in so much trouble with my manager, I was late last week! I jumped out of bed and rushed around getting ready for work
THSP Risk Management are continuing their support for UKATA’s Train Safe, Work Safe, Keep Safe campaign by providing free UKATA asbestos awareness training courses to the local community.
With bonfire night just round the corner it is important to ensure that you enjoy your night as safely as possible. The safest place to watch fireworks is at a large public display as more injuries occur at smaller private parties.
Would you turn away a decent job candidate because of their visible tattoo?
For all its good points, social media presents countless challenges for employers and employees.
Today, marks World Mental Health Day, a perfect time to discuss a new construction industry programme launched to promote positive mental health “Mates in Mind”.