Law

What change could new UK PM Liz Truss bring to the workplace?

Reform is needed across the board, but will she make it a priority?

65% of employers do not offer menopause support to employees

Menopause training can give managers the confidence to help their staff

What companies need to know when employing young workers

The law imposes restrictions to ensure that their health, safety and development are not affected

Osborne Clarke joins The World Reimagined arts education project

The project invites people to engage in complex conversations

Katie Creedon is named Chief Legal, Talent and Inclusion Officer at Fish & Richardson

Katie Creedon will play a key role in the management team

How to fight against the rise of Islamophobia in the workplace?

UK lawyer shares advice on how to tackle Islamophobia in the workplace

Employment Appeal Tribunal case shifts ‘burden of proof’ to employers

Employer respondents should be able to prove their actions were not tainted by discrimination

Law Society of England and Wales joins #10000BlackInterns initiative

The Law Society of England and Wales welcomes five interns in support of the the #10000BlackInterns initiative

The evolution of women’s financial rights over the ages

In this latest Fearless Woman post, City Hive explores how women’s financial rights declined throughout history

BHM USA: Levelling the higher education playing field for Black students

A faith-based approach to driving DEI is benefiting US Black law students