Sadly, there have been numerous disturbing stories and allegations around abuse and assault across Hollywood and Westminster. Some examples include sexual harassment in the workplace, which can arise from subtle circumstances and from sources employers might not expect.
After female staff urged the BBC to “rectify injustices,” the company announced a review into the extent of its pay gap. However, if in breach of the law, it could face multiple claims.
On the back of his Court of Appeal knock back, Charlie Mullins exclusively tells Real Business why he still believes his stance on employment law is right.
News that a CitySprint worker has won the right to be called a worker, rather than self-employed, proves rulings are only going one way in the gig economy.
If you’re having trouble sleeping, turn back now when it comes to nightmare colleagues, we ve got commentary on employees from hell who will give you sleepless nights.
London Zoo meerkat keeper Caroline Westlake was unfairly dismissed after "glassing" a colleague during a Christmas party row over their love rivalry for a llama keeper, the tribunal has said. And strangely enough, there seems to be a lesson to be learned in this odd tale.
Do you think you’re being unfairly pushed out of your job Well, you’re not alone. It’s a scenario that is happening to employees of all seniority across the country, explains Rhian Radia, employment law partner at Hodge Jones & Allen.
National newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror has found itself slapped with a £70,000 fine from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) after paying its VAT bill one day late.
The recent controversy over the decision to change the role of Chelsea FC’s team doctor, Eva Carneiro, highlights the tricky issue of demotion. We rounded up some of the risks that employers need to keep in mind.
Religious discrimination legislation has been in place in the UK since 2003. However, a survey by the Equality and Human Right Commission revealed that these laws are confusing workers and employers alike – so we collected a sample of cases to explain the basics.
It is no surprise that 10 March will see a clash between what the courts may say and the coalition want – especially with an election coming up and the administration's need for the business vote.
Woolworths and Ethel Austin redundancy case may have significant implications for how businesses with multiple sites undertake redundancy programmes in the future.