The Home Office has made several updates to its right to work checks guidance, some of which provide some important clarity for employers.
April brings the usual statutory increases, including National Minimum Wage, Statutory Sick Pay, Maternity, Paternity and shared parental leave, plus employment tribunal claims.
A regular and thorough fire risk assessment can prevent fires in workplaces – the reality is, most fires that occur are entirely preventable.
Occupational health can be a vital tool for employers but many are unsure of when they should be used or what it can be used for.
The government has confirmed that Monday 8 May 2023 will be an additional bank holiday this year, to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III.
Around 300,000 people in the UK suffer from back pain caused by manual handling accidents in the workplace. How can we prevent this?
We’re exploring some innovative HR practices that businesses have started to put in place, leading the way when it comes to people management.
We’ve been keeping our eye on employment Bills that are passing through parliament which will make changes to employment law.
The results of the UK’s largest 4-day working week trial are in, and it must be said, the results are fascinating. But is it a fad or is it the future of work?