A manufacturer, of composite hose products, was penalised after an inexperienced agency employee suffered open fractures to his right arm, from being pulled into an operating lathe.
According to a study conducted between August and September 2020, one in four employees who are suffering from a mental health condition is experiencing hindrances within their career.
The UK has experienced the largest annual rise in redundancies since 2009, with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic being felt by many employers.
Employers will be able to apply for the Job Retention Bonus (JRB) between 15 February 2021 and 31 March 2021.
Companies House has resumed the voluntary strike off process, meaning that any business which had applied to be struck off prior to the Covid-19 pandemic will be removed from the official company register, starting this month.
The Government has launched a consultation exploring how artificial intelligence can be used to protect intellectual property (IP) rights holders.
New legislation will prevent the eviction of commercial tenants until at least 2021, it has been announced.
The High Court has ruled on an inheritance dispute between two siblings over their mother’s £40,000 property.
Eviction hearings are set to resume in courts in England and Wales, with the most serious cases given priority, following a six-month ban on proceedings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The death of a loved one is a challenging time for anyone, and probate disputes following the death of a parent are becoming more common, but what happens if a parent dies without a Will?