GDPR update: Got a processor? Get a contract

If you use third parties to process that data, then you have data processors and you’ll need a contract in place to make sure you meet the new General Data Protection Regulations in May 2018. Here what you need to know.

Employment tribunal fees abolished

Why has the Supreme Court decided employment fees are unlawful?

What does GDPR mean for grassroots clubs?

Is your club ready for the new General Data Protection Regulation due on 25 May 2018? This bumper review picks out all the key things you need to know.

Employment courses for you

Managing tricky employment issues like sickness, disciplinary hearings and change in the workplace doesn’t have to be daunting – with our new accredited training courses. Check them out.

Disability discrimination: reasonable adjustments?

Supreme Court ruling has wider implications for service providers whose practices may disadvantage disabled individuals.

Caught out by unconscious discrimination

Do employers need to have knowledge of the link between an individual’s disability and their conduct in order to act in a discriminatory way?

The “gig economy” and right to work status

Defining who is an employee is more complicated than it sounds. Get it wrong and the penalties could be severe.

Brexit 1 – Sport 0

Analysis on potential impact of Brexit and what the Government’s latest decisions mean for sports clubs.

Is your club accessible?

FirstGroup Plc failed to make reasonable adjustments to support disabled customers, Supreme Court rules.

Thousands rerun England’s oldest road-race

Two thousand runners and cyclists took part in the Morpeth to Newcastle road-race – resurrected after a 10 year absence by a local sports business.