Are you Aware of the Significant Changes to Employment Law in 2018?
  • Jan 23 2018

Are you Aware of the Significant Changes to Employment Law in 2018?

Recently there has been a huge amount of emphasis and media coverage placed on topics like GDPR (General Data Protection Rules) and Gender Pay Gap Reporting but there are other changes in the law just around the corner that will affect every business – especially the SME sector.


Do You Owe Your Employees an Extra Day’s Holiday this Year?
  • Jan 18 2018

Do You Owe Your Employees an Extra Day’s Holiday this Year?

As a business owner or employer, it may be prudent to consider the timing of this year’s Easter bank holiday dates to ensure you do not breach the Working Time Regulations.


When is it Fair to Dismiss an Employee on the Grounds of Ill-Health?
  • Jan 17 2018

When is it Fair to Dismiss an Employee on the Grounds of Ill-Health?

Dismissing an employee due to long-term ill-health is a delicate subject that must be dealt with the utmost level of care and sensitivity.


Closing the Gender Pay Gap
  • Jan 04 2018

Closing the Gender Pay Gap

By now, it is more than likely that you have heard of the Gender Pay Gap – but do you understand exactly what your responsibilities are relating to the issue? The gender pay gap has been addressed in the media for quite some time now, with the Civil Service recently publishing a list of all …


The EAT rules Disability by Perception as unlawful
  • Jan 02 2018

The EAT rules Disability by Perception as unlawful

The Employment Appeals Tribunal in the case of Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey held that the CC had directly discriminated again a non-disabled job applicant who was rejected because the CC perceived that she had a condition which could potentially become a disability in the future.