An Employment Tribunal has ruled that a senior teacher who showed a violent Halloween film to a group of teenage students, had suffered disability discrimination.
Diversion fraud – police issue warning to schools
A police warning has been issued to both private and state schools after a recent spate of fraudulent activity involving scam emails that are targeting payments from parents.
How will Carillion collapse affect schools?
There are calls for the Department for Education to explain how the collapse of Carillion will impact schools.
The number of unmarried couples living together is now the fast growing ‘family set-up’ in the UK but, despite this, current laws have failed to keep up.
Are you ready for GDPR?
With less than four months before the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force, researchers have found that the majority of businesses are still not fully prepared for the changes which will affect them.
Warning over planned tax change
The Chancellor came under fire last month after setting out changes to taxes applied to non-UK residents selling commercial property.
It was revealed this month that Barclays has added its name to the group of lenders now offering first-time buyers the chance to enter the buy-to-let market.
Mortgage lending in the UK has climbed to its highest level in almost a decade.
A South East recycling business has been handed a substantial fine after an incident in which one of its workers suffered life-threatening head injuries.
“Bombshell” judgment on holiday pay
A window salesman who went more than a decade without paid holiday recently received the backing of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in a case which will have wide-reaching implications for employers and employees alike.