In this fourth podcast in our TUPE Podcast Series, Amanda Glover will be looking at the second of the three conditions required for a service provision change transfer..
There has been a few recent announcements relating to employment law reforms, which could be significant for businesses, and is considered below.
A short reminder of the horrors that whistleblowing can bring, do not ignore them, as like the wraith, it can be devastating.
The below step by step guide is intended for employers, to help them know the right actions to take and when to take them.
Today is World Mental Health Day, a day indented to raise awareness of mental health problems. Mind estimates that 1 in 4 people have mental health problems, but that most do not receive the help that they need.
We are all aware from the media of the strides Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is making, and how it is beginning to permeate every industry, from artificially generated art being used a credits for A-list TV shows, to ChatGPT being used to write a court defence in the USA.
In today’s financial market, redundancies are unfortunately becoming a reality for many businesses and employees.
In this first podcast in the ‘Talking Employment Law’ series, Lucy Densham Brown and Rebecca Dowle, members of the employment team summarise some of the big new family-friendly Bills that are working their way through parliament.
This week, Birmingham City Council formally declared itself in financial difficulty. It issued a Section 114 Notice which states that it has insufficient resources to meet its expenditures and is unable to agree on any solution which would provide suitable funding.