Employment lawyers unconvinced by Tory pledge to expand workers’ rights

Recent rises in tribunal fees make any new employment rights meaningles

Can employers ban religious dress in work?

What does the CJEU judgment on religious dress in work really mean, asks Lindse

Brexit and IndyRef2: What does it mean for employment law?

A future government under pressure from business would be unconstrained from deregulating UK employment law, writes Luk

‘Neutral’ dress policies likely to be ‘wildly unpopular’ in UK

‘Our approach to equality is based more on diversity tha

The gig economy and workers’ rights

As flexible business models become more widespread, the law needs to be simplified to provide easier ways to determine the working status of an individual, says Chri

Safety umbrella: A temporary fix to liability?

Far from being an issue specific to employment, the ‘gig economy’ has given rise to questions about the traditional boundaries of employer liability claims, explains Bethan

Breaking down barriers

Practitioners should encourage employers to think beyond typical reasonable adjustments to ensure they meet their obligations to disabled employees, urges Kare