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This week is National Work Life Week and the aim is to achieve awareness and improvement in relation to wellbeing at work and promoting a work-life balance.
The issue of data security has again taken centre stage after the High Court recently held Morrisons Supermarket to be vicariously liable for a rogue employee’s deliberate disclosure of co-workers’ personal data.
The question of where the boundary lies between an employer’s need to monitor staff and an employee’s right to privacy has once again landed at the European Court of Human Rights’ door.
The end of last month saw the Employment Appeal Tribunal rule that an employer had unfairly dismissed an employee for failing to present evidence of their right to work.
It is important that employers take the necessary measures to make the transition back into work from maternity leave as smooth as possible.
A claim has been filed against Hampshire County Council that has the potential to significantly alter the employment rights of foster care workers.
This week is National Work Life Week! An annual campaign run by a charity called Working Families, the UK’s work life balance charity.