20 May 2016
As the UEFA 2016 European championships prepares for kick-off next month, we round up our resources relating to major sporting events.
Government introduces new rules to tackle exploitation of migrant workers
The Immigration Act 2016, which has now received Royal Assent, will introduce tougher sanctions on businesses that employ illegal workers, including a custodial sentence.
What if a line manager refuses a drug test?
What can an employer do if a line manager who is responsible for enforcing a drug and alcohol testing policy refuses to take a test? We find out in Dyson v Asda Stores Ltd.
Podcast: Can employers monitor private emails?
We suggest some key practical pointers for employers when monitoring employee communications and discuss two topical employment law cases.
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Can you dismiss an employee for a single serious mistake?
After the recent evacuation of Old Trafford, due to a fake bomb being left behind after a training exercise, we round up five examples from case law that highlight the consequences of a one-off lapse in judgment.
Withdrawing job offers: the risks and how to limit them
Can you withdraw a job offer once it has been made? We look at the risks employers face if they change their recruitment plans.
Benchmark your annual leave provision
Our 2016 survey on annual leave entitlement outlines employers' changes to annual leave provision, employer practice with regard to unused holiday entitlement and extra public holidays granted by the Government.
A chance to benchmark your organisation's figures against other employers. In return for completing the survey, you will receive a free copy of the XpertHR 2015 managing long-term absence report.
Our research into overtime looks primarily at arrangements and pay rates. Completing this brief survey will entitle you to a free...