One hundred per cent of tips will go to staff under new government plans to overhaul tipping practices in the hospitality industry.
Employees may be able to request flexible working from the day they start a new job, a move which the government hopes will help reshape the way we work in a post-pandemic world.
Has your business felt the effects of the so-called ‘pingdemic’?
In recent weeks the number of staff being advised to self-isolate as a result of …
Employers could be under a duty to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace under new reforms proposed by the government.
If you’re an employer, at some point you’ll go through a recruitment process. But how do you make sure that this process is fair?
30th June 2021 marked the deadline for EU, EEA and Swiss citizens to apply to the EU settlement scheme if they wanted to continue to live and work in the UK. What now?
We’re sharing 15 questions (and more!) that we feel (as employment lawyers) you should be asking yourself as you evolve into the next era of work.
From 11pm on 31 December 2020, migrants from the specific areas of the EU, no longer have the automatic right to remain and work in the UK. They have until 30 June 2021 to make an application under the EU settlement scheme. We have put together a fixed rate sponsor application package to support you.
Returning to the office? Find out what the data protection implications are for collecting employee vaccination data?
We’d like to give 12 local charitable organisations access to one of our experienced employment lawyers for up to one day of pro bono support. Do you know a charity we could help?