The presence of unconscious bias can be a complicated topic in recruitment. Removing it can be highly beneficial, but how do you do that?
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Would you like to know which HR policies and processes are considered essential? In this blog post we offer our advice and guidance.
An employment contract is an agreement between you and your employer which outlines the rights and...
Summer 2023 saw several changes to UK employment law, including the introduction of the Workers Protection Bill. What implications do these regulatory amendments and introductions have for your organisation?
Whether it’s a voluntary decision, a merger, partnership dissolution or simply a disagreement, exiting a shareholder can be a complicated process, so it’s important that you have the legal framework in place.
While every individual has a right to request and receive a copy of their personal data, DSARs can sometimes be used as a litigation tool or a way to cause disruption. In this guide, we explore your responsibility as an organisation.
Forming the backbone of any business relationship that you embark on, commercial contracts clearly define mutual obligations and any actions that could taken should they not be fulfilled. In this blog post, we explore the benefits of having commercial contracts and suggest things to include when drafting them.
Artificial intelligence – such as ChatGPT – promises to change the way we live and work. But are these advanced tools friend or foe to the employer and their employees?
Compensation Limits Award Limits Maximum compensatory award in relation to a claim for unfair dismissal £105,707 Maximum week’s pay for...
Whilst the Employment Bill, initially promised by the Government in 2019, has not yet come about, there are some key changes in employment...
In April 2023, the government introduced the Employment Rights Order, a bill that would increase tribunal limits. In this post, we explore what that means for both employers and employees.
The relationship between shareholders and partners is often compared to that of marriage; it is certainly one to take very seriously. What steps can you take to protect yourself in the event that things go wrong?