- June 11, 2020
Is consultation on health and safety required before a return to work?
The Treasury has reported that more than eight million UK workers have been furloughed since the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) was introduced in mid-March 2020. The self-employed equivalent scheme has seen more than two million applications for grants so far, which could mean a total of approximately one-third of the working population of the … Continue reading Is consultation on health and safety required before a return to work? →
- February 27, 2020
Is it time to reform employment references?
In most cases, a worker has no right to receive an employment reference when they leave their job. Whether this is adequate is up for debate. “I am determined to make the UK the best place to work and grow a business – including levelling the playing field between employees and employers.“ These words in late … Continue reading Is it time to reform employment references? →
- July 24, 2019
Is holiday pay about to become even more costly for employers?
The law governing holiday pay has been an evolving minefield over the last few years. As a continuously changing concept and a benefit that is of particular importance to all workers, the issue is invariably in focus.
- May 20, 2019
Mental health first aid at work
The definition of mental health as “a person’s condition with regard to their psychological and emotional well-being” isn’t suggestive of a negative state. Yet the stigma surrounding it is one of weakness and indignity. Conversely, supporting those with physical impairments has for decades required employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to … Continue reading Mental health first aid at work →