Parties to a dispute cannot say whatever they want simply because the communication is marked or stated to be ‘without prejudice’.
Claims to Employment Tribunals are on the increase and the time taken to deal with claims is getting longer.
There are sound business reasons for employers to have a written policy on whistleblowing.
It may be “new politics” but how will the Conservative/Lib-Dem coalition impact on business?
What are the consequences of continued disruption caused by volcanic ash for employers and their staff?
Businesses breaching the Data Protection Act could now incur a penalty of up to £500,000.
The Equality Act 2010, designed to harmonise existing discrimination laws and to strengthen the law on equality, will come into effect this year.
Time spent in ensuring that your business has appropriate and legally enforceable terms and conditions is often time well spent.
Last month the Social Security and Statutory Sick Pay Amendment Regulations introduced a Statement of Fitness for Work to replace the traditional “sick note”.
Please do not be alarmed should you spot a red lycra-clad figure jogging around the Rye…