A model contract clause setting out an executive director's position in relation to the working time rules on paid annual leave, working hours, rest breaks and night working.
With the reports of historical sexual harassment in Hollywood and now Parliament, employees may feel increasingly able to come forward with such claims in the workplace. Will Clift, solicitor at Winckworth Sherwood, looks at how HR should handle them and the legal grounds for allegations of historical sexual harassment.
XpertHR is conducting a survey on bereavement leave arrangements and how employers deal with bereaved employees, and would like to invite you to take part.
Updated to cover the 2018/19 annual leave year, during which some employers in England and Wales will be required to provide workers with one additional day's holiday.
Take-up of the right to make requests in relation to study or training has been low and has not facilitated additional investment in learning in organisations that lack commitment to training staff, according to Government-commissioned research.
Court decisions from earlier this year have reduced the scope of legal privilege when it comes to protecting documents created during internal investigations. What steps can employers take to ensure sensitive communications do not have to be released unnecessarily?
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) will launch a number of support features to help small businesses to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Practical guidance on auditing HR-related personal data as part of an organisation's GDPR compliance efforts, including establishing the scope of the audit and understanding how the information collected can be used to identify compliance gaps.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employment rights.