Christmas for employers

With the Christmas rush on and staff wanting time off over the festive period, keeping productivity and morale high is a tricky balance for businesses.

15 December 2017

Be prepared: top tips for driving in winter

Now is a good time to refresh yourself – and for employers to remind their staff – on some top tips for driving in winter.

14 December 2017

Brexit breakthrough brings hope for employers

While nothing is set in stone, the “agreement in principle” means that there are hopeful signs for employers that the eventual terms of Brexit will be reasonably low-impact on their current workforce.

14 December 2017

What does new data protection legislation mean for employers?

Data protection legislation that comes into force in May 2018 means businesses will have new responsibilities when it comes to the information they hold about their staff.

13 December 2017

EU court rules worker entitled to 13 years’ backdated holiday pay

A recent judgement from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on a worker’s entitlement to backdated holiday pay could have major implications for any UK employers that have self-employed contractors declared as workers.

11 December 2017

Data leak: Morrisons found ‘vicariously’ liable

With the new General Data Protection Regulation coming into force in May next year, all employers should take note of a recent High Court ruling that found supermarket chain Morrisons liable for a 2014 data leak initiated by a disgruntled employee.

05 December 2017

How to hire your first management team

As your business expands, you may need additional help to ensure your company remains profitable.

05 December 2017

Aviva sets a new benchmark for gender equality in the workplace

The debate over the gender pay gap took an interesting turn last week, as insurance giant Aviva announced it was going to offer equal levels of paid parental leave to both men and women.

05 December 2017

GDPR and employees

A Manchester law firm is being investigated by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for a potentially serious data breach.

04 December 2017

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