When a business or service is transferred outside the UK, affected employees often take redundancy. But what happens if an employee asks to be transferred to the outsourced offices? Dr John McMullen, a partner at Wrigleys Solicitors LLP, looks at the application of TUPE in these circumstances.
Almost one in five (18%) working parents have deliberately slowed down their career progression as they have struggled to balance their working life with their responsibilities at home.
In López Ribalda and others v Spain, the European Court of Human Rights held that Spanish shop workers' right to privacy was violated when a supermarket installed hidden cameras without their knowledge to monitor employee thefts.
Updated to reflect changes to Home Office guidance for sponsors relating to sponsor reporting duties.
There were more men in part-time roles in 2017 than there were two decades ago, resulting in a "hollowing out" of the male pay distribution, a study has found.
There is a school of thought that new forms of digital technology have driven a new wave of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Practical guidance on identifying the legal bases for processing employee data under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), including recognising the most relevant grounds for employers: performance of the employment contract, compliance with a legal obligation and the employer's legitimate interests.
A courier company that delivers parcels for Amazon has settled a dispute with drivers that the GMB union claimed were falsely self-employed.
In Crawford v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that, as far as possible, compensatory rest must comprise a continuous 20-minute rest break, not an aggregate 20 minutes of shorter breaks.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to managing employees/workers.