EU free movement benefits not only professional sportspersons but also in some cases their ability to transport the tools of their trade. A “hard” Brexit would have significant effects
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Latest articles from Bruce Caldow
Last week saw the publication of the 115-page Taylor Review of modern working practices, titled 'Good Work'. Here, we analyse the potential impact of the review on employment legislation and also look at what it could mean for the public sector.
A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decision has highlighted once again that discrimination claims can be raised by prospective candidates for employment, not only employees. In practical terms, what this means is that employers should be prepared to be flexible about their recruitment procedures, and adjust for employees with disabilities who require changes as a result of their disability.
The failure of an action by a golf club member against the club's executive board indicates the lack of scope for avoiding the general rule against liability to fellow members
Worried a potential new recruit might not stick around? How employers can legitimately reduce the risk of new employees leaving
What can an employer do if they fear a new recruit might be tempted to leave shortly after joining their business? Here, we look at what you can do to protect your investment in a new employee.