HR and legal information and guidance relating to employers in the financial services industry.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to local authority employers.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employers in the health sector.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employers in the police service.
Trade unions representing 1.3 million nurses, doctors and other health professionals have written to Theresa May asking her to ditch the longstanding 1% pay cap on NHS staff.
Caroline Nugent is the new president of the Public Services People Managers' Association (PPMA). Here, she puts forward the key areas in the public sector she feels the new Government should focus on.
Unions representing thousands of claimants in a long-running equal pay claim against Glasgow City Council have welcomed the latest victory in the Court of Session.
The Court of Appeal has held that, where the reason or principal reason for a dismissal is because the employee made a disclosure, the question of whether or not that disclosure is protected falls to be determined objectively by the tribunal, and not the employer.
An employment tribunal has held that ambulance workers' non-guaranteed overtime in respect of "shift overruns" should be included in the calculation of their holiday pay, but that on the facts of this case purely voluntary overtime does not have to be included.
The NHS Pay Review Body and the Review Body on Doctors' and Dentists' Remuneration have made recommendations on pay increases that follow public-sector pay policy, but they both questioned the sustainability of ongoing pay restraint in the NHS.
An investment bank employee has been investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority after sharing confidential client information over WhatsApp. While a reasonable level of employee social media use at work may be acceptable, it is still important to have clear social media policies.
Updated to include a best practice guide for consultant job planning issued by NHS Improvement.
The Court of Appeal has held that the employment tribunal incorrectly struck out the appellant's claim against Health Education England (HEE). The Court remitted the claim to a fresh tribunal to decide, as a preliminary issue, if the appellant was a worker in relation to HEE under the whistleblowing provisions of the Employment Rights Act 1996.
Updated to include information on the final whistleblowing rules that will apply to UK branches of overseas banks and insurers from 7 September 2017.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to specific industry sectors: financial services, health, local authority and police.