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Love is (not) in the air: Handling employees who refuse to work together
What happens when a romantic relationship in the workplace turns sour? If the two employees refuse to work together how should this be managed?
Q&A: Can we deduct lottery contributions from staff pay if this takes some workers below the National Minimum Wage?
Liverpool Associate Lee Rogers answers a frequently asked question about making deductions from pay at an employee’s request.
Suspending an employee: Our guide to making an informed decision
Employers should not avoid suspension completely, but a decision to suspend needs to be a considered one.
Positive action: First Employment Tribunal case highlights stumbling blocks
An Employment Tribunal has unanimously found that a police force’s recruitment process directly discriminated against a white, heterosexual, male.
Immigration update: Changes to Immigration Rules and Right to Work checks
As the UK stands on the cusp of exit from the European Union, immigration law is facing a period of considerable upheaval.
Confidentiality clauses in settlement agreements: Government consultation
On 4 March 2019 the Government commenced consultation on an employer’s reliance upon non-disclosure agreements or confidentiality agreements.