With the amount of Coronavirus cases increasing across the world, and with the increased likelihood that employees will be travelling and returning to the UK during the February half term, what steps should employers take to prevent it from spreading further?
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The government has announced that from April this year there will be a new legal right to two weeks’ paid bereavement leave, to be called ‘Jack’s Law’, in memory of Jack Herd whose mother campaigned on the issue.
The new year is only days old but already there has been a landmark ruling in an Employment Tribunal in Norwich, where it has been found that ethical veganism is a philosophical belief and should be protected by law.
The UEFA European Championship (Scotland) Bill going through Parliament seeks to achieve a number of objectives, including protection of UEFA’s commercial rights and prohibition of ticket touting while matches are taking place in Glasgow next summer. What's in it?
Ahead of the General Election, parties have made various pledges when it comes to the world of employment law. As the last in a series of blogs ahead of 12 December, we look at what the Conservative Party has promised to deliver in its manifesto in relation to employment law.