Government Launches Consultation on Mandatory Ethnicity Pay Reporting

The UK Government has launched a series of measures to tackle barriers facing ethnic minorities in the workplace. Part of its strategy is the introduction of mandatory ethnicity pay reporting. The proposed ethnicity reporting requirement is similar to the gender pay gap reporting requirement, which went into effect in April 2017. The consultation closes on 11

UK Supreme Court Delivers Blow to Criminal Record Disclosure Scheme

The UK government has lost its case defending the multiple convictions rule, which requires an individual to disclose all spent convictions if he or she has two or more such convictions. Generally, a conviction becomes “spent” after a certain period of time and thus does not need to be disclosed during a criminal records check.

Government Launches Consultation on Mandatory Ethnicity Pay Reporting

The UK Government has launched a series of measures to tackle barriers facing ethnic minorities in the workplace. Part of its strategy is the introduction of mandatory ethnicity pay reporting. The proposed ethnicity reporting requirement is similar to the gender pay gap reporting requirement, which went into effect in April 2017. The consultation closes on 11

World Cup Fever in the Workplace: Leveraging the Event to Boost Employee Morale

The 2018 World Cup is now in full swing, and the frenzy that surrounds this event can create low productivity for businesses, with staff focused on watching games—or perhaps debating the pros and cons of the recently-introduced video assistant referee (VAR)—instead of working. During the 2010 World Cup, a study found that the United States