A male Tesco worker has received nearly £50,000 for sex discrimination, after supervisors told him that a "big man" like him could not be frightened by a "little pregnant woman". The employee's … [Read more...] about Tesco employee wins nearly £50,000 in sex discrimination case
ESG – Environmental, Social and Governance – is a drum that everyone is now rightly beating. With COP26, sewage leaks and climate change ever present news headlines, we could be forgiven for thinking … [Read more...] about ESG: 5 reasons HR plays a key role
With remote working being the norm for so long since the start of the pandemic, many firms will have invested significant time and effort over the past few months getting ready for a return to the … [Read more...] about FCA expectations on hybrid and remote working
As the reluctance of some adult care sector staff to have the vaccine remains high, the Department of Health and Social Care is now consulting on making vaccination a condition of deployment in older … [Read more...] about UK Government consults on making the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for staff in older adult care homes
Returning to the office is not just for the good of the sandwich shops. It's good for society and good for all of us as a whole. The mass working from home experiment many of us have … [Read more...] about In defence of the workplace
Right now, unless you run a care-home or you're the NHS, no. In a few months, maybe. Next question please. Sorry. Endless lockdown, endless January are getting to me. And I thought I'd knocked … [Read more...] about Can I make my staff have the vaccine?