An Employment Tribunal has ruled that a recruitment company’s failure to provide an employee with reasonable remuneration amounted to unfair constructive dismissal.
An employment tribunal appeal has found that a leaked internal email and a conversation overheard in a pub are not protected by legal professional privilege because they suggested some form of deception.
Abbey Forged Products Ltd, a hot meal forging company based in Sheffield has been sentenced for safety breaches following the death of a worker.
Employers who expect their staff to work out of hours could be at risk of heavy penalties after a businesswoman was awarded £6,750 for being required to answer emails out of work.
Whether you have been made redundant without substantial notice, sacked on the spot or asked to leave following a period of tension, losing a job can be a stressful experience – and in some cases, you might feel that your employer’s decision was unfair.
The recent increase in Employment Tribunals – resulting in a backlog of cases – has led to a new recruitment drive to help clear it.
An investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has resulted in a substantial fine for a Kent-based TV studio.
Another possible nail in the coffin of the so-called ‘gig economy’ was delivered this month, when the Supreme Court backed a plumber in the case against his former employer.
One in four SMEs have admitted there is a gender pay gap within their company. That is according to research from Close Brothers Asset Finance.
A sawmill, where machinery caused a worker to lose the lower half of his leg, has been fined £400,000.