Over 500 UK employers have breached the National Minimum Wage (NMW) law, leaving over 172,000 workers out of pocket. Wellbeing expert Gethin Nadin examines why this is not only unjust, but a significant wellbeing issue that we must put a stop to.
Kate Palmer covers some of the big changes coming to employment law in 2024.
Employers should ensure that they have long-term support in place for those who need it as well as short-term, one-off services such as virtual GPs and EAPs.
This may seem extreme, but words of affirmation have seen businesses end up in tribunals. So, failure to address this could have serious consequences. HR advice and consultancy director, Kate Palmer, addresses this issue.
Did you know that corporate events – such as a Christmas party – are considered an extension of the workplace?
Practical advice for HR professionals to adapt swiftly to Autumn Statement changes.
Despite its dilution, a new bill has been passed giving employers greater responsibilities for sexual harassment at work
The government is trying to hold back progress – it’s time for organisations to fight back.
HR managers need to act before opposing beliefs erupt into conflict in the workplace.
Delving into the dos and don’ts of employer dress codes.
Over 50s disproportionately suffering in the current crisis.
How the Bullying and Respect at Work Bill will change the workplace.
Can you ban facial hair at work without legal risk?
Kate Palmer explores the legal implications of the new Worker Protection Bill and how it will affect employers.
Ministers may have rejected the proposed ‘menopause leave’ but employers should remember that employees are still covered under existing measures.
Elon Musk’s terrible dealings with employees at Twitter are a frank reminder of how NOT to deal with layoffs.
Chief People Officer of Coventry City Council, Susanna Newing, shares her experience of dealing with an all-out strike and the media onslaught that ensued.
Enduring stigma leaves women going through menopause without the right support. Would recognising menopause as a disability address this?
When is an obsession a religion? And what does that mean with regard to discrimination?
A viral job advert has come under fire for using discriminatory language but how can you be direct without causing offence?