Employment

Workers' watchdog

Government is to launch a new workers’ watchdog to tackle modern slavery 

08 Jun 2021 | Discrimination

Cost of workplace conflict spirals

The annual cost to employers of workplace conflicts reached nearly £29bn just before the pandemic, according to ACAS

11 May 2021 | CILEx

Uber: what does it mean for the rest of us?

Natasha Adom and Raoul Parekh consider potential repercussions of the supreme court’s landmark decision on worker status

Blowing the whistle: an imbalance of powers

The UK was an early adopter of whistleblowing protection for workers, but is the law still doing its job? Rachel Rothwell investigates

07 May 2021 | CILEx

Road map to recovery: ET bodies share 2021 – 2022 vision with ‘realistic optimism’

Heavy reliance to be placed on video and telephone hearings to clear post-pandemic backlog

On trust: Doing the right thing

Beverley Sunderland’s small but ‘perfectly-formed’ and thriving employment boutique has embraced an appealing new ownership structure

Employment claims backlog is ‘just the start’

Claimants in the employment tribunal are now facing up to 46 weeks for their hearings during lockdown, it has been revealed. 

15 Mar 2021 | Employment

Reform of non-compete laws could ‘disincentive investment’

A consultation on measures to reform post-termination non-compete clauses in employment contracts has closed, but critics are concerned it could “dis

01 Mar 2021 | Employment

Reform of non-compete laws could ‘disincentivise investment’

Critics say law reform could “disincentivise" business investment 

26 Feb 2021 | Commercial

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