The Government’s recent announcement that employees who cannot work from home should return to work has given rise to more questions than answers. Without specific legislation in place, employers, HR professionals and their advisers need to turn to existing legislative and contractual principles for answers. In brief, where an employer is keen and able to reopen its business, we have here some steps to take to protect yourself and employees.
The latest updates in employment law for November 2017, covering Uber’s ‘gig economy’ case, IT policies, fairness for part-timers, and more.
The latest updates in employment law for 2017, covering the Immigration Skills Charge, the Gender Pay Gap, new minimum wage, and more. From our employment law partner Moore Blatch.