Jules Quinn

Sick leave: The skive’s the limit?

Sick leave has been a sensitive issue for many years but a recent employment tribunal case reflected the risks that adopting a pre-judged approach can take.


Forget the exit strategy, you need a re-entry strategy

A huge amount of focus has been on employers’ reactions to COVID-19. And rightly so.


BBC equal pay investigation: Is the EHRC becoming more proactive?

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC)'s investigation into the BBC over equal pay is arguably one of the most high-profile investigations the body has undertaken


Hot topic: Relationships at work, part two

Work is one of the most common places for people to find partners, with 16% thought to have met their spouse this way


The age of engagement and inclusivity

Combining an inclusive and engaging culture with complementary policies is key


The BBC's gender pay gap: Cuts could backfire

Ahead of a Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee hearing on unequal pay at the BBC, the broadcaster has found a solution that could be problematic in the long run


Gig economy latest: City Sprint and beyond

Do we need new legislation to deal with the complexities of the gig economy, in light of recent court cases?


The Eva Carneiro tribunal: lessons on avoiding high-profile disputes

Employers would be well-advised to consider settlement early and often to avoid legal disputes