What’s next on the agenda for employment law?

With 2017 set to be a busy year in terms of employment law key changes include the introduction of mandatory gender pay gap reporting, the apprenticeship levy and the potential triggering of Brexit we discuss some of the changes.

How well do you know the whistleblowing policy

Whistleblowing is a topic that’s constantly featured in the news and with a number of high profile cases recently hitting the headlines it seems the subject is firmly back in the spotlight once again – and not in a positive light.

Whistleblowing is the best preventative measure for fraud it should be encouraged

With Benjamin Koh of CommInsure having just spilled the beans on the company’s wrongdoings – claiming doctors were pressured to change their opinions, outdated medical definitions were used to deny payouts and medical files disappeared – we take a look at how the act of whistleblowing could bring about corporate change.

Whistleblowing and corporate governance – time for a rethink

The shockwaves generated by the Tesco financial scandal that came to light only a few months ago continue to reverberate in the corporate, regulatory and government spheres. Many commentators have referenced Tesco, and specifically the report that it was a whistleblower who was initially ignored, as further evidence that – to paraphrase Admiral Beatty at Jutland – “there’s something wrong with our bloody corporates”.