Employment law changes to expect from new Government

Before Labour won the general election in July 2024, they pledged to make a number ...

DBS employment checks

Recently there has been an increase in the number of employers using DBS employment checks ...

Employment tribunal fees (reboot)

The Ministry of Justice has started consulting on charging claimants in the employment tribunal fees ...

Navigating Workplace Expression Amidst the Israel/Gaza Conflict

Recently, there has been an increase in disciplinary action and dismissals as employees express their ...

Reasonable adjustments and job applications

The recent Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) case of AECOM Limited v Mallon has thrown light ...

Whistleblowing in the Lucy Letby case

We look at the issues of whistleblowing in the Lucy Letby case. She was found ...

Settlement agreement negotiations

Settlement agreement negotiations are somewhat of a ‘dark art’, with few employees knowing how best ...

Strikes and the law: recent updates 2023

With strikes becoming more drastic and more people participating, changes to the law on strikes ...

1 in 10 people experience workplace bullying, what is it?

Workplace bullying affects 1 in 10 people, with 15% of employees reporting that they were ...

Employment law changes 2023

Alongside the usual increases to national minimum wage and national living wage, employment law is seeing ...