Consultant editor Darren Newman joins us to discuss the implications of the Trade Union Act 2016 for both public and private-sector employers.
With high temperatures possible during the summer months, we explore some employment law scenarios employers may have to deal with.
We provide a mid-year round-up of the key legal developments for employers, including the Trade Union Act, gender pay gap reporting, public-sector exit payments, the apprenticeship levy and the latest position on holiday pay cases.
Eversheds partner Naeema Choudry joins us to discuss how the Fit for Work service can benefit employers, even if they already have their own occupational health provision.
In this week's podcast we discuss how employers can take advantage of the employee engagement opportunities that major sporting events like Euro 2016 offer, as well as highlighting some of the issues that might arise during the event such as competing requests for time off and absenteeism.
Social media appears to be the ideal platform for employers to harness employees' voices, but many organisations are hesitant about using its power. As Acas launches a research paper on this very issue, its chair, Sir Brendan Barber, looks at what holding employers back
Updated to include information on Novakovic v Tesco Stores Ltd, in which the EAT considered if written acceptance of new terms affirmed the contract.
Updated to include information on University of London v Morrissey, in which the EAT considered the election of employee representatives.
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