At FSP we believe that our Corporate Social Responsibility programme should be a significant and…
Could a school chaplain claim that he had suffered belief discrimination, following the school’s response to his sermon on LGBT issues?
The BBC might have scored a massive PR own goal after suspending Gary Lineker – but were their actions lawful?
Can an employee claim discrimination for being disciplined for aggressive behaviour linked to a disability?
COVID-19 and the current economic climate have had a dramatic impact on the priorities for HR professionals, directors and in-house counsel in the past year.
The new draft Code of Practice sets out best practice for employers seeking to impose changes to terms and conditions by dismissing and re-engaging employees.
Where someone is treated less favourably because they are married to a particular person, can they bring a claim for marriage discrimination?
Can an employer safely dismiss a disabled employee for reasons connected to their disability?
Are an employee’s WhatsApp messages still private after being downloaded to a work computer?
Tesco, ASDA and NatWest are among the organisations reported as supporting the Positive Parenting Alliance’s new initiative, which encourages employers to take a more employee-friendly approach to divorce and separation.
An employment law update outlining key decisions from 2022 including those relating to holiday pay…
Following the controversial and much discussed decision of the Supreme Court in Harpur Trust v Brazel, the UK Government have launched a consultation on holiday entitlement for part-year and irregular-hours workers.
An update on the relationship between the UK and EU in a post-Brexit world, as an eventful 2022 draws to a close.