Updated to refer to Richard v British Broadcasting Corporation, which dealt with damages for reputational harm in privacy cases.
As employers begin to ramp up their graduate recruitment programmes for 2019, what considerations do they need to bear in mind for EU and non-EU candidates? Jessica Pattinson, head of immigration at Dentons, offers 10 key pieces of advice.
A recruitment agency has been held vicariously liable for the actions of its managing director after he punched someone and caused them brain damage at a Christmas party.
Workers' rights could be at risk if the UK and the EU do not adopt the right approach to preserving European employment law after Brexit, a think tank has argued.
The class action case against Morrisons by staff who had their payroll data leaked online by a disgruntled employee has reached the Court of Appeal.
Updated to include information on Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Ltd, in which the Court of Appeal held that the employer was vicariously liable for a managing director's assault of an employee during a drinking session after the work Christmas party.
Updated to reflect that childcare voucher schemes are closed to new entrants from 4 October 2018.
We discuss the recent case of Talon Engineering Ltd v Smith, in which the EAT considered an employer's refusal to postpone a disciplinary hearing to allow the employee to be accompanied.
Remote working is commonplace, but how should employers manage performance? Shopify's Colin Boyer talks to Roly Walter, founder of Appraisd, about remote workers and how the 12-year-old company gets the most from them.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to managing employees/workers.