It has been over a year since the #MeToo movement went viral on social media in an attempt to promote public debate on the widespread prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace. But has the ongoing debate changed what is going on in the workplace? Not if a recent poll which has found that employers could do more to protect their employees is anything to go by.
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A new workplace right to paid leave for bereaved parents was given Royal Assent last month. This is the first law of its kind to be introduced in the UK and will support those affected by the tragedy of childhood mortality.
A recent tribunal case has issued a sharp warning to employers that before dismissing an employee who is suffering from a long-term medical condition which amounts to a disability, careful consideration must be given to alternatives to dismissal.
As the deadline for private sector businesses with 250 or more employees to report on their gender pay gap is fast approaching, here is a quick recap on what is required.
Named and shamed: how to ensure your business is not exposed for failing to pay national minimum wage
The latest list of employers failing to pay the national minimum wage has been released by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, with 179 employers listed. How can your business ensure it meets its obligations and avoid being one of those who are named and shamed?