As summer approaches, employers may be considering taking on some temporary workers for the annual summer operational peak which may well include those on summer holidays from school and college. Workers
Employers may be forgiven for thinking their sporting event workplace worries are over with for the summer now that the World Cup has finished. However, the Commonwealth Games are due to start shortly
The Advocate General has given his opinion in a case referred to the European Court of Justice (ECJ), stating that obesity may be a disability where it is ‘severe’.
A Danish childminder claimed that
The Department for Business Innovation and Skills has recently issued its findings from a Survey of Tribunal Applications, in which it had interviewed approximately 2000 employees and 2000 employers.
It will be unlawful for an employer to force a person to make a subject access request under data protection legislation from December 2014.
Employers often attempt to use enforced subject access as a
The Government has included its proposals for zero hours contracts in the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill. Significantly, the contracts are given a statutory definition; and it has been
The employment law measures indicated in the recent Queen’s Speech have now been drafted into the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill. There are some significant proposals within the Bill