News and articles – Employment Law Advice — Employees
Receiving a grievance from an employee is rarely welcome – dealing with it can soak up resources, cause disquiet among other employees and in some cases escalate into a dispute which ends up before an employment tribunal.
What do the following have in common? A managing director punches an employee at a drinking session in the early hours; a self-employed doctor sexually assaults a bank’s prospective employees during pre-employment medical checks; a petrol station attendant violently assaults a customer; and an IT auditor releases personal data for staff at Morrisons?
It’s the start of a new year! Leaving aside personal resolutions, what should someone dealing with Human Resources for a business consider as aspirational New Year’s resolutions for 2019?
The Government has named their proposals as one of the biggest recent reforms of employment law, with Business Secretary Greg Clark stating that the proposals are the “largest upgrade in workers’ rights in over a generation”.