Updated to include new rates of the national minimum wage, effective from 1 April 2018.
Updated to highlight the impact of the General Data Protection Regulation in force from 25 May 2018, on this document.
Reports of sexual harassment at the recent Presidents Club charity dinner form part of a worrying trend of unwanted behaviour directed against women, writes David Israel. But the circumstances around the event - and efforts to keep it secret - have also put the efficacy of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) in the spotlight.
In Tillman v Egon Zehnder, the Court of Appeal held that a six-month non-compete clause that prevented the employee from being "concerned or interested in any business carried on in competition" after termination of employment was unenforceable as it would bar her from being a shareholder in a competing business.
The Government consults on the recommendations in the "Taylor review of modern working practices" for achieving greater transparency and clarity between workers and employers in the labour market.
In Agoreyo v London Borough of Lambeth  EWHC 2019 HC, the High Court held that a teacher was constructively dismissed when she resigned in response to a knee-jerk suspension. In the circumstances of the case, the suspension had been a breach of the implied term of mutual trust and confidence entitling the employee to resign without notice.
How you're employed or hired can have a bearing on the way you're looked after by your employer, writes Tim Walsh.
A bill seeking to ban zero-hours contacts and bolster workers' rights is to come before parliament for a second reading next week.
Cases on appeal provides news on key case law developments that are expected.
Two fifths of women and a fifth of men in the UK say they have experienced unwanted sexual behaviour at work, an in-depth poll for the BBC has found.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to contracts of employment.