Helpful guidance on the new Job Support Scheme

Helpful guidance on the new Job Support Scheme

It is well known that the Government furlough scheme is tapering down and finishes at the end of October 2020. We now have details of it’s replacement, the “Job Support Scheme”. A fact sheet from HM Treasury tells us how the scheme will work and here...
Employment Law and HR event

Employment Law and HR event

EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE We are holding an Employment Law update in November 2019. Details about the event are as follows: Date: 26 November 2019 Location: Barron McCann Group, Meteor Centre, Mansfield Road, Derby, DE21 4SY What will you learn at the event? Employment...
Latest update on race discrimination in the workplace

Latest update on race discrimination in the workplace

A recent case called Base Childrenswear v Nadia Otshudi looked at the issue of race discrimination in the workplace. The background of the case: Base Childresnwear sell children’s clothes. Ms Otshudi was employed by them as a photographer, taking pictures of clothes...
How do employers manage employees who misuse social media?

How do employers manage employees who misuse social media?

With the ever-growing use of social media, employees’ behaviour on social media is increasingly causing employers problems. In this post, we look at how employers can tackle such behaviour. Employees’ rights To understand how to tackle behaviour like this, we first...
Latest news on Flexible Working

Latest news on Flexible Working

A survey conducted by the Trade Union Congress (TUC) of around 2,700 workers found that 30% of flexible working requests were turned down by employers. 58% of workers (and 68% of workers in “working class roles”) believed flexible working was...