Updated to reflect recording requirements under MiFID II, effective from 3 January 2018.
Brexit may mean a degree of uncertainty in employment law, but what is the direction of travel in 2018? Beverley Sunderland considers the key issues likely to arise.
Electrical company Dyson recently announced it would sue its former chief executive, Max Conze, for "breaching his fiduciary duties" and sharing company secrets. What are employers' obligations in this area? Susan Doris-Obando from Dentons explains.
Updated to include information on Plant v API Microelectronics Ltd, an example of a fair dismissal for posting a negative comment on social media.
Updated to flag up that the World Cup runs from 14 June to 15 July 2018.
Updated to include information on Barbulescu v Romania, in which the ECHR gave its final ruling in a case in which an employer accessed an employee's Yahoo messages.
In this Romanian case, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has held that monitoring the employee's private use of a business messaging account amounted to a breach of his right to private life and correspondence under art.8.
Gambling has become more accessible than ever, with betting shops boasting machines that consume hundreds of pounds in minutes. Some employees are turning to workplace fraud to fund their habit, so what can employers do to protect themselves against this risk? Forensic investigations expert Andrew Durant explains.
In this podcast, Darren Newman explores the issue of sex discrimination and workplace dress codes.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to personal appearance and behaviour.