How to manage: Is menopause the next frontier in employment law?
There is no current legislation which expressly refers to the menopause, but employers are advised to consider how they treat workers affected by symptoms
How to work: Parents to get greater leave entitlements thanks to EU directive
State will offer increased flexibility for working parents and will take further steps to improve work-life balance as it is required to implement new laws
How to manage: What will the vaccine rollout mean for managing the workplace?
While the Covid-19 vaccination programme is good news all round, it will pose challenges for employers, who should keep themselves informed about the issues that may arise
How to prepare your company for when employees strike
Employers should familiarise themselves with the key legal issues involved and consider the practical steps they can take if industrial action is taken
How to work: Informed consent is a key requirement of any settlement agreement
While such an agreement can provide an effective way to resolve a dispute, for it to be legally binding the employee must fully understand the significance of the waiver they are providing
British case offers guidance on nuances of employer liability
Decision involving Morrison’s supermarkets sheds light on extent to which employers can be held responsible for data breaches by employees acting in bad faith
An employer’s guide to treading carefully in the gig economy
A case involving Domino’s highlights the issues for businesses that engage independent contractors
Court of Appeal sets key precedent for reasonable accommodation
Staff with disabilities must be given a chance to stay in the workplace, but how far does an employer have to go?