Burger King’s beard ban violated workers’ rights, Catalan authorities rule

Burger King’s policy banning staff from having beards, moustaches and stubble violated employees’ rights under Spanish law, authorities in Catalonia… The post Burger King’s beard ban violated workers’ rights, Catalan authorities rule... Read more »

Virgin Atlantic cabin crew can go make-up free

Female cabin crew working for Virgin Atlantic will no longer be required to wear make-up while on their shift. They... The post Virgin Atlantic cabin crew can go make-up free appeared first on Personnel... Read more »

Iceland to fight HMRC over £21m minimum wage ‘breach’

Iceland Foods says it could take HM Revenue & Customs to court over a minimum wage dispute concerning a Christmas...

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Dress codes: Must women always wear a bra at work?

A recent post on a parenting forum asked whether it would be illegal for an employee to go bra-less at... The post Dress codes: Must women always wear a bra at work? appeared... Read more »

One-HR employment law review (webinar)

Last chance to book your place: 6 December 2018 at 2pm. Barrister Kevin Charles scrutinises the latest developments in employment law including whistleblowing, minimum wage and more... The post One-HR employment law review... Read more »

Government dress code guidance dismissed as ‘Janet and John’

The Government today issued guidance for employers on how they can ensure dress codes are not discriminatory. They do not...

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Tattoo bias could mean employers missing out on talent

Image bias could be causing employers to miss out on the best candidates, according to research that revealed the majority... The post Tattoo bias could mean employers missing out on talent appeared first... Read more »

From workers’ rights to dress codes: What does 2018 have in store?

Brexit may mean a degree of uncertainty in employment law, but what is the direction of travel in 2018? Beverley...

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HR horrors: How to flee four frightening scenarios

Halloween is upon us, but what are the most common HR horrors and how should employers deal with them? Alexandra... The post HR horrors: How to flee four frightening scenarios appeared first on... Read more »

Six important employment law cases in 2017

The decision by the Supreme Court that the employment tribunal fees system is unlawful may be one of the most... The post Six important employment law cases in 2017 appeared first on Personnel... Read more »
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