Legal expert Claire Maclean, from Dentons UK and Middle East LLP, based in Scotland, looks at government guidance for employers to support those returning to work after a career break.
Legal expert Harriet Gray, from Dentons UK, lays out the importance of staying up to date on policies for mental health awareness with employees.
Legal expert Laura Morrison, from Dentons UK and Middle East LLP, based in Scotland, explains why employers should check out the Draft Code on 'firing and rehiring'.
Why Anti-Racist Employment Strategy is a good move: by Harriet Gray, an Employment Associate and works in the People, Reward and Mobility team at Dentons UK and Middle East LLP, based in Scotland.
Employment law specialist Sarah Jackman discusses how better family leave policies including gender neutral polices, fertility leave and childcare support can attract and retain employees.
The Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) has begun its initial investigations into Asda’s purchase of 132 retail sites from the Co-op.
Alison Bryce, intellectual property and technology expert at Dentons UK discusses what implications the Queen’s death can have business.
Harriet Gray, Employment Associate in the People, Reward and Mobility team at Dentons UK and Middle East LLP, discusses employee wellbeing and productivity.
Seven Scottish petrol stations are set to change hands as part of a major deal that will see the Co-op sell its entire forecourt estate to Asda.
Dentons advises employers to talk with staff
Supreme Court ruling sets out entitlement rules
Could now be the time to reform sick pay in the UK?
Ruling has consequences for accumulated holiday pay, but potential for further action means issue isn’t settled
At the end of March, P&O Ferries hit the headlines attracting substantial outrage from politicians, trade unions and the public alike when it dismissed around 800 employees without notice, subsequently replacing them with agency workers.
Controversial practice should be a tactic of last resort
From 6 April, new changes to UK right to work checks announced by the Home Office will come into force, but what does it mean for employers?