The long-awaited Employment Bill will not form part of the Queen's Speech, leaving working standards at a crossroads.
Employment tribunals involving neurodivergent employees rose last year, with dyslexia the most common condition involved.
There are two ways of dealing with family issues of staff in the workplace.
Employment tribunals (ETs) conducted remotely could soon be recorded under plans being considered to bring proceedings more up to date.
Almost one in five (18%) employers plan to let staff go in the next year according to new research from Acas.
Shift work may not be as flexible as advertised, as many workers are given little notice to plan their lives.
A ragbag approach to skills shortages and hard-to-shift government bias over the intentions of migrants is preventing employers making the most of potential talent, finds Peter Crush.
In November 2021 the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) launched a new legal fund to tackle race discrimination. How is being used?
Boycotting countries for moral or political reasons is nothing new, yet this decision may punish employees who have no control over where they are born.