BEN has just launched its new ‘Physical Health & Wellbeing’ campaign - the last in a series of four campaigns focusing on the biggest issues facing those working in the automotive industry.
What should businesses make of stricter illegal working penalties and increasing Home Office audits?
This was a controversial decision by the Employment Appeal Tribunal and is possibly ripe for further challenge in the not too distant future.
The annual increases to compensation limits and minimum awards that are payable under employment legislation have just been announced, and will take effect from 6 April 2017
Theresa May has appointed Matthew Taylor, a former key adviser to Tony Blair, to lead a major review into zero-hours contracts, the rights of the self-employed and people who work for new technology platforms, like the Uber ride-hailing service.
If a member of staff has been signed off from work for a number of weeks with an injury but wishes to return back to work before, what should you do?
It is very unlikely that the exit from the EU will cause widespread changes to employment law quickly; the majority of the employment law we have that comes from the EU will still form part of UK law unless and until it was amended or repealed.