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Lord Carloway appoints 13 new employment judges

Tribunals team strengthened by the Lord President

Legal staff want more diversity at work

Nearly half of Britain's legal workforce thinks that diversity should be more of a priority at work, according to a...

Just Employment Law hires two new solicitors

Two newly qualified solicitors have been hired by Just Employment Law. Lauren Wilson and Pauline Hughes were promoted to the...

Positive balance but drawbacks from homeworking: report

Survey of office workers shows pros and cons of enforced remote working

Redundancy rights of furloughed workers to be protected

Redundancy pay to be based on pre-furlough salary

Jobs support and selective VAT cuts in Sunak package

Public offered incentives to go and eat out as part of economic stimulus

Appeal not suspension the remedy for non-party to award

Court holds appeal by body not party to dismissal claim would be competent

Morton Fraser offers fixed price employment mediation

Online service launches in response to changing demand in wake of pandemic

US Supreme Court backs gay and transgender work rights

Three cases decided against employers and Trump administration

ICO issues employee data guidance as businesses reopen

Six principles explained for holding staff health data

Pandemic effects hitting women lawyers harder: survey

First 100 Years project reveals fears of setback for equality in profession

Warning over scam emails around Job Retention Scheme

Criminals attempting to prey on businesses as online service goes live