In the recent case of Khan v HGS Global Ltd, the employment contract of an employee who had opted to take redundancy over relocating was found to have terminated by mutual consent and, as such, there had been no dismissal.
The Government has announced that from 6 April this year Australians and New Zealanders who spend more than 6 months in the UK will need to pay the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS).
The rapid development of the internet of things and monitoring technology in the workplace has brought into focus the tension between employees’ right to privacy and employers’ business interests.
The government have today published the draft Gender Pay Gap Regulations and consultation. Below is an initial Q and A.
Starbucks have made the headlines having been found to have unlawfully discriminated and victimised an employee with dyslexia in a judgment issued by the Employment Tribunal this week.
New laws relating to companies started to arrive in 2015 and will continue to arrive over the course of this year. Some will even have practical implications for your business at ground level, so all ears (or eyes) please...
Cash flow is the life blood of every construction company. Failure to manage cash flow could lead to the demise of the company, which makes getting paid quickly by clients crucial.
Disability is defined as a physical or mental impairment, which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on someone’s “ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities” (Section 6(1), Equality Act 2010).