Alan Price

No tokenism: here's how you can really help LGBT+ staff

It's easy to post a rainbow flag on social media for Pride month, but this act alone isn't going to help the fight for equality. You don't want to make a public gesture if you don't have a supportive...

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Employment law changes in April: everything you need to know

Several changes to employment legislation are coming in April. The cost-of-living crisis is at the forefront of the agenda, and many of these changes are designed to to put more money in people’s...

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Can an employee lose their job for the actions of their relatives?

Benedict Plowden, the director of Transport for London (TfL), has stepped down amid reports that his wife is a core member of Insulate Britain, the protest group which is causing widespread disruption...

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Hot topic: Political conversations at work, part two

Workplaces are becoming increasingly politicised, with research from Jobsite finding that 46% of employees have noticed an increase in political discussion among colleagues

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Asking employees to 'spy' on each other

Employers can ask employees to report colleagues for infractions but they should consider the negative implications

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Legal lowdown: Banning headscarves at work

The ECJ has decided it's not religious discrimination to ban Islamic headscarves at work. But care must still be taken

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Employment status: Key characteristics

Post Uber-tribunal, employers may be concerned to make sure they have employment statuses clear

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Legal lowdown: Sexual harassment in the workplace

In light of the TUC's shocking report into sexual harassment at work, what are employers' responsibilities?

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