Updated to include information on the Time Off for Public Duties Order 2018, which is in force from 1 October 2018.
Recent tribunal decisions have provided some guidance on the legalities of offering enhanced maternity but not enhanced shared parental pay. But that does not mean employers avoid the risk of discrimination completely. Elizabeth Marshall and George Fellows explain.
The GMB has announced that it will take legal action against three Amazon delivery companies over their classification of drivers as self-employed.
Workers posted to another EU country will be entitled to the same rate of pay and working conditions as their local counterparts, under revised rules that have been adopted by the European Parliament.
The average employee worked for more than four days when they were genuinely ill last year, while more than half delayed seeking medical advice because they did not want to take time off work.
Updated to reflect that NHS employers may not discriminate against a job applicant because it appears that the applicant has made a protected disclosure.
Updated to reflect that NHS employers in England, Wales and Scotland may not discriminate against a job applicant because it appears that the applicant has made a protected disclosure.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to managing employees/workers.