This employment tribunal held that an employer properly handled a new mother's rejected flexible working request to work from home primarily in the evenings.
This employment tribunal held that it was not indirect sex discrimination for a small investment banking firm to require a single-parent mother to work full time as an executive secretary.
Consultant editor Darren Newman considers a recent indirect sex discrimination case that highlights the problems that an employer can face when it has to balance the working-pattern requests of individual employees against the needs of the workforce as a whole, and its need to provide an effective service.
We examine overtime working arrangements and pay rates in our 2016 survey.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that where the terms of an engagement have been substantially determined by both the employer agency and the end user, both are capable of being the individual's employer for the purposes of the whistleblowing legislation.
Updated to include information on the Posted Workers (Enforcement of Employment Rights) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016, effective from 18 June 2016.
We answer employers' questions on the changes the Government is planning around increased rights for shop workers on Sunday working.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to work organisation and working patterns.