?Under the announced draft ‘Corporation Tax/Income Tax – Taxation of Coronavirus Support Payments’ legislation currently being fast-tracked through parliament, employers could be given a 30-day...
Seventy per cent of whistleblowers in the City of London’s financial services sector have been victimised, dismissed or made to resign, according to a new report from whistleblowing charity Protect
Employers should use full and fair procedures to try and resolve any workplace issues, instead of using non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), according to new guidance
More men are speaking up in the wake of #MeToo, but are employers doing enough to support them?
Crime is not just something that happens outside of working hours and away from working premises
The Supreme Court has ruled that judges are entitled to the statutory protections afforded to whistleblowers, which could have ramifications for other categories of worker such as volunteers