June is LGBT Pride Month and for this year’s pride month I want to talk about sexual orientation in the workplace. I’ll be giving you some do’s and don’ts and […]
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Workplace health and safety is covered by the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 (HASAWA), supplemented by associated pieces of secondary legislation. These set out four main areas […]
2019 is the year of change for employment law, with 6 big changes on the horizon ranging from post-Brexit immigration rules to national minimum wage increases to parental bereavement pay. […]
There are certain rules on data protection that each business must consider in order to ensure that they are compliant with UK law. However, the collection of data occurs long […]
It’s never easy telling someone they haven’t got the job. Especially if they’ve taken the time out to come in for an interview. It’s common courtesy to tell the applicant […]
In the lead up to the festive holidays, one subject which confuses people is Christmas bonuses. One of the biggest questions asked by both employers and employees at this time […]
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is equipment that will protect the user against health or safety risks at work. It can include items such as safety helmets, gloves, eye protection, high-visibility […]
Data protection is very important especially with the introduction of the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018. New laws have meant that you need to have a good understanding of […]
Pride month has just finished but this doesn’t mean we should forget about diversity and inclusion, in particular in the workplace.
June is LGBT Pride Month, and every year the LGBT+ community celebrates in a number of different ways. But Pride Month is more than just bright colours and parades. It’s […]
It was reported that absenteeism during the 2006 World Cup cost UK businesses £100 million a day.
GDPR – 4 letters that has everyone concerned (and with good reason).