Call us now 01473 688100

Sign up for our free

Sign up

No waffle, well written employment law updates and HR news for employers and people managers.

To be a successful employer and people manager you need to keep up to date with the important employment law news and HR updates to make sure your management decisions are legally correct and reflect HR best practice. hrlegalnews brings together all the important employment law updates and HR news. It is the quick, easy and reliable way to keep yourself and your colleagues up to date. Our readers agree:

“always concise, practical and helpful” “it’s one of the best newsletters” “highly informative” “excellent” 
“short and punchy and very relevant” 
“Quantrills distils the key points so that they are easily understandable and relevant"

Free employment law updates and HR news

Our employment law update and HR news email bulletin is free.  Subscribe today using the sign up pod on this page.  

Search our hrlegal employment law and HR news archive for the information you want

It's easy to search our archive of employment law updates and HR news, including to the point case reports, articles, briefing notes, checklists and HR best practice notes. Use the search bar below to find what you are looking for. 

Employment law updates and HR news articles

Search

Assertion that five weeks’ holiday to attend religious festival was not genuine

A request for holidays to attend religious festivals was not genuine and therefore the employment tribunal did not need to decide if refusing it was discriminatory.

Posted 21st February 2017

COT3 agreement did not prevent second claim

In this case a COT3 agreement between the same parties did not prevent a second claim.

Posted 21st February 2017

Employment tribunal judgments online

A database of employment tribunal judgments in England, Wales and Scotland has gone live.

Posted 20th February 2017

Trade Union Act 2016 to come into force on 1 March 2017

The main provisions of the Trade Union Act 2016 come into force on 1 March 2017.

Posted 20th February 2017

New national minimum wage rates from April 2017

Draft legislation has been published introducing new national minimum wage rates with effect from 1 April 2017.

Posted 13th February 2017

What to expect in employment law in 2017

2017 continues to look relatively quiet for new legislation.

Posted 11th January 2017

Employer not liable for assault after Christmas party

A company was not liable for an assault by its Managing Director on an employee at an impromptu drinks following the company Christmas party.

Posted 11th January 2017

Why did Uber lose at the employment tribunal?

This article explains the reasons why Uber lost and highlights how this decision should be a wakeup call for your business if you believe you still engage self-employed workers.

Posted 2nd November 2016

Resolving differences between protected characteristics – the ‘Gay Cakes’ case

In this case a customer was discriminated against when a shop refused to fulfill an order for a cake supporting gay marriage due to the owners' religious beliefs.

Posted 1st November 2016

Right to privacy in employment

In this case, the employer was able to rely on information given to it by police when deciding whether to dismiss.

Posted 24th October 2016

Reasons to choose Quantrills

Trusted partner-led expertise
Concentrating on the difficult,
complex or high value cases

Available for you
When you need our help

Robust, sensible,
pragmatic advice

Bespoked to your way
of doing things

Always affordable.
Our flexible fee options provide
maximum value for money