The EHRC began the enforcing of legal action recently for all companies who have failed to comply to the new gender pay gap reporting process.
From 14th May 2018, the ‘Universal Jobmatch’ online service will be replaced by alternative online service.
Advertising a job, seems easy doesn’t it? However, when employing a non-EU national under the Tier 2 (G) arrangements, this is when it becomes complicated.
This year, the UK shall see a lot of employment law updates come into effect, so what exactly are the next upcoming changes for 2018?
The first time the RCoS quota was oversubscribed was in 2015, when there were three months of employers being refused requests.
Many large companies can be at risk of becoming insolvent – so what happens to an employees rights if this happens and what measures should be put in place?
Hudson McKenzie is currently looking for a highly efficient Mandarin and English-speaking student or graduate for a work placement opportunity.
Further attention and clarification must be given to exactly what responsibilities companies are required to uphold, when employing from overseas.
Rahul Batra joined forces with global advertising company McCann to take on questions prompted by the Communications Committee at the House of Lords
Following from the recent judgement of the Supreme Court in July 2017 regarding the abolition of employment tribunal fees, the question arises as to whether this abolition could create a ‘domino’ effect upon all tribunal fees, thus leading to tribunal fees being determined as unlawful outright.
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has been commissioned to conduct a review of shortages in the nursing sector and provide their recommendations to the Home Secretary by February 15 2016. However, by way of an interim measure which has been put in place with immediate effect, the Home Office have agreed to include nursing occupations
The Employment Appeal Tribunal, in case of EAD Solicitors LLP & Ors v Abrams, recently affirmed that a limited company can bring a claim of discrimination pursuant to the Equality Act 2010 (Equality Act) before an Employment Tribunal. The Court considered the coverage of “person” in the Equality Act, and concluded that a limited company
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has recently ruled in an employment dispute that an employee’s derogatory comments on social media was not protected disclosure, and could be used as a basis for dismissal as long as the reason was one that fell within s.98 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (Act). Background of the case In
The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne in his announcement of the 2015 Budget, put forward National Living Wage (NLW) that is to be implemented in April 2016. NLW is expected to bring higher nationwide wages to all employees who are aged 25 or above on top of the National Minimum Wage in place. It
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 (Act) is expected to come into full operation in October 2015, and large enterprises are given an extra duty under the Act to ensure no slavery or human trafficking happens in its course of business. The enactment of the Act shows the government’s determination to combat against such problems, and