19 May 2020
The Government has announced its roadmap for lifting the lockdown and issued guidance on re-opening the workplace. Here we explore some of the employment legal issues you will need to navigate.
01 April 2020
The coronavirus pandemic is undermining many recruitment businesses. We have summarised the practical steps that recruitment businesses should look to take to mitigate the issues.
24 March 2020
The Government’s confirmed lead option for change is to extend the public sector reform introduced in April 2017 to the private sector. How would this potential change impact the recruitment sector?
31 January 2020
In this article we look at some of the key legal developments and employment legal cases that employers should look out for in 2020.
27 November 2019
From optimising quality engagement, driving successful projects and adapting to market changes, our experts explain the pivotal role digital strategy has to play in today’s recruitment industry.
25 October 2019
Read on to find out about the changes coming in April 2020 to the statements of terms employers must provide to the workforce and how holiday pay must be calculated.
10 October 2019
RSM is delighted to announce that James Gransby has joined the firm as a partner. James is a leading specialist medical accountant dealing with the accounts, tax and pensions for doctors with over 20 years’ experience and is also a board member of AISMA (The Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants).
09 September 2019
Employment Tribunals publish their judgments online. They include a full narrative of the dispute. Last year, a lawyer damaged his professional reputation due to a Regulator’s rebuke after an Employment Tribunal found he had unfairly dismissed and discriminated against his nanny.
30 August 2019
Schools and employers of casual workers using ACAS approved holiday pay calculation at risk of holiday pay liabilities after court decides part-year worker was underpaid holiday pay.
07 August 2019
Summer’s here, and along with enjoying the sunshine businesses around the UK often offer internships or work experience to students. But how should they be treated? Do they need to be paid?