Sexual harassment at work

It would appear that no industry is safe from the threat of sexual harassment, with recent examples in Hollywood, hospitality and the political parties highlighting the widespread nature of the problem, writes Amanda Chadwick. The ensuing media coverage has raised…

Uber Loses Appeal

In a much-anticipated decision, the Employment Appeal Tribunal dismissed Uber’s appeal against the employment status of two London drivers, writes Amanda Chadwick. In November 2016, two drivers supported by the GMB union successfully claimed that they were ‘workers’ rather than…

Managing your payroll post GDPR

On 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will come into effect, replacing the current UK legislation, writes Simon Palmer. This much publicised change to the way in which businesses and organisations in the UK hold and manage…

Brought to Heel

Brought to Heel

Amanda Chadwick provides some clarity on the thorny issue of discriminatory dress codes Recent headlines have been dominated by claims that sexist dress codes are requiring female employees to wear high heels at work. Following an inquiry, the government has…