Guest blog: Managing employees through divorce 
Employment Issues

Guest blog: Managing employees through divorce 

Given the regularity of modern divorces it’s no surprise that divorce can have tremendously adverse effects on an employee’s workplace performance, as Holly Barry finds.  With around 42% of marriages ending in divorce, it has become increasingly important for businesses to be able to manage divorcing employees to maintain office morale and productivity. In this … Continue reading

Eweida v United Kingdom: Balancing human rights and employment rights
Employment Issues / In the News

Eweida v United Kingdom: Balancing human rights and employment rights

When will an employer’s interference with an employee’s right to manifest their religion and beliefs be considered proportionate? Kevin Poulter considers the issue raised by the European Court of Human Rights’ (ECtHR) judgment in Eweida v United Kingdom. Eweida v United Kingdom ((Application Nos 48420/10, 59842/10, 51671/10 and 36516/10) [2013] ECHR 48420/10, [2013] All ER … Continue reading