Your business needs to prepared for anything, so that it can survive even the most unexpected disaster.
There are five potentially fair reasons for dismissal recognised in employment law; conduct, capability, redundancy, statutory ban and some other substantial reason.
Half way through the year and not much sign of summer so far. Many of us will be hoping that it comes soon, preferably on the days we choose to be on holiday.
From vehicles to pharmaceuticals to food products, what might risk managers learn from mass media cover of product recalls?
The drastic market moves that we have seen off the back of Brexit are likely to continue over the coming months.
In the last 12 months, two-thirds of large businesses (those with at least 250 employees) experienced at least one cyber attack or breach, according to the government's Cyber Security Breaches Survey, released in May.
Did you know that if you have a disabled employee and they take sickness absence, you have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to facilitate their return to the workplace?
There are countless eye hazards on the manufacturing floor, including flying particles that are ejected by machines, chemical splash hazards, and swinging objects or other moving parts.
In an ideal world, everyone would get along at all times – but let’s face it, the world is far from ideal! When it comes to the workplace, people of all types and characters are put into close proximity, so it would be unrealistic to expect everyone to friends.
You’ve probably seen the recent news story where a receptionist was sent home for refusing to wear heels to work – but was it reasonable, and was it lawful for her employer to do this? We take a look at workplace discrimination based on physical appearance to help you avoid making a costly mistake for your business…