Key employment law changes are coming in January 2024.
2024 is likely to bring a new set of challenges to business owners – we set out the trends we think we’ll see in the new year.
HMRC has named and shamed over 200 companies for National Minimum Wage breaches but how did they get it wrong?
By focusing on specific skills, rather than qualifications ensures a better match between candidates and the role you’re recruiting for.
Redundancies can make remaining team members feel demotivated and unhappy in the roles which can lead to low productivity and absence.
Employees can use grievances as a way to voice their dissatisfaction, as a manager you need to handle them in a fair and reasonable way.
When considering disciplinary action in relation to a neurodivergent employee, the need to consider flexibility in how the process is handled is key.
The case of Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland v Agnew is the latest ruling which makes a significant impact on employers.
A recent call we took on the advice line involved damage to workplace equipment but there was very little evidence pointing to one person.