Downing Street has so far declined to comment on the report
Mediation skills are vital for any HR professional. Accredited mediator Paul Rose explains why
Since 2010 pay has been frozen and then capped at rises of 1% for public sector workers
The meaning employees attach to established routines and rituals can be sorely underappreciated
Acas has released new guidance for employers on supporting employees who have ill or premature babies
A report from the CIPD and JP Morgan suggests productivity would be improved if the government took action
It is for the courts to consider whether the individual has a stronger connection to the country they work in or the UK
55% of employment lawyers think businesses outside Europe falsely believe employment, labour and pensions rules are consistent across all European countries
An injunction can be used to force an individual to do or stop doing something, and can be a useful tool where an ex-employee is flouting their restrictions
Can HR play a role in fostering workplace inclusion and equality?
Most employers are aware not to discriminate against employees, but many forget that in job adverts
Tribunal fees were unexpectedly scrapped in July. What can we expect going forward?