The government’s new Bill of Rights proposes sweeping change to the human rights regime in the UK which will impact how the courts interpret employment law.
European employers will have to report minimum percentages of women on their boards following an agreement in Brussels by the European Council after a decade of preparation and numerous roadblocks.
Employers are experimenting with the type of benefits on offer post-pandemic, moving away from focusing only on flexible working or mental health.
The government has created new visa schemes intended to draw talented workers to these shores, so who can take advantage of them and what are the employer requirements?
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.
Following Brexit and the imminent end to EU Freedom of Movement, and to address the reliance upon migrant seasonal workers in the UK horticultural sector, on 6 March 2019 the government announced the...
On New Year’s Day 2022, Rachel, a former New Yorker, moved all her possessions to a storage unit and started a year-long nomadic trek around the southern United States.
As we move into a new year with less restrictions on travel and the loss of free movement post Brexit, UK employers should be vigilant of the risk that business visitors pose from an illegal working...
In the context of the upheaval and uncertainty during the last 18 months, it’s more important than ever that companies bring their people together.