The manager of a club in Cardiff won an employment tribunal ruling for unfair dismissal after senior staff failed to properly investigate her collapse at a Christmas party in December last year.
One in four workers between the ages of 18 and 34 has gone to work still feeling drunk after the night before - and half of these employees have driven.
Updated to include information on British Airways plc v Pinaud, in which the Court of Appeal held that a part-time employee had been subjected to less favourable treatment in relation to days of availability to work.
The High Court has held that Deliveroo riders are self-employed and cannot form a collective bargaining unit.
Updated to include information on the forthcoming Podcast: Roundtable discussion – legislative developments of 2018/2019
Agency workers are subject to a "pay penalty" of 16p an hour if they are in the same job for three months or more, according to research by the Resolution Foundation.
As HR professionals try to grapple with the settled status pilot scheme for EU permanent residence applications, there is now also the new UK Visa and Citizenship Application Service for non-EU employees. Jonathan Beech from Migrate UK explains the challenges.
Charlotte Billot-Taylor, leader - employee relations, policy & advice at PwC, discusses her organisation's approach to flexible working and transparency around family-friendly policies.
The government has been urged to act on the Conservative Party's 2017 pledge to introduce specific employment rights for working carers, such as statutory leave, to help keep them in the workplace.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to managing employees/workers.