Sexual harassment – new duty on employers
The government has published its response to the consultation published in 2019 by the Equalities Office on sexual harassment in the workplace. We explore some of the key points from their response.
End of home working – what to consider?
With the end of home working coming into effect, the clinically extremely vulnerable should consider adopting a more cautious approach as restrictions are lifted.
Restrictions being lifted – top tips for employers
With 'Freedom day' now upon us, we break down our top tips for employers to consider before rushing to get their employees back into the workplace.
Dobson – a landmark case
This case sets out to be quite a precedent for working mothers and the particular rights they may have should their employer ask them to change their hours of work.
FRIDAY FUN – What’s your goal for the next year in business?
Seeing how the England football team has worked together to get to this position, it made me ponder on how perhaps we can use their strategy in business.
Is it coming home?
With England ending 55 years of heartache and finally making a major tournament final, many employers are allowing employees to have some or all of Monday off.
Working more flexibly – 3 top tips
In today’s blog, I share my top three tips when looking at your staff working more flexibly.
Workplace conflict – what is the cost to the employer?
In today’s blog, I will be touching upon the topic of our next PowerHour on Tuesday 27th July - ‘Managing workplace disputes’.
Furlough scheme winds down
With the furlough scheme coming to an end in September, it appears that a return to full-time working for furloughed staff is on the horizon…or is it?