As mentioned at our recent webinar, the government has launched a consultation about regulating the use of non-compete restrictions in employment contracts.
In Chalmers v Airpoint Ltd & Ors the Scottish EAT had to decide whether an articulate HR professional was protected from victimisation after she had made a vague allegation of discrimination in an email to her manager.
In the first of two articles examining the hot topic of vaccines in the workplace, we bring you up to speed with the UK’s COVID-19 vaccination programme, and explore the key legal issues faced by employers wishing to mandate vaccines for staff.
The Supreme Court has upheld a Tribunal’s decision that drivers working for Uber were workers and not self-employed contractors.
In the recent case of Allay (UK) Ltd v Gehlen, the EAT upheld a decision that staff equality training had become stale after 20 months.