Most people would expect a village green to be a haven of peace in the countryside, with a cricket pitch on it and being overlooked by the village pub. However other land can also be legally classified as a "village green".
If you're looking to buy a house, chances are you've been left confused by the number of conflicting predictions on the housing market. You are probably wondering if it is worth waiting for prices to fall or whether you should take the plunge regardless.
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that a British Airways cabin crew member who was paid 50% of a full-time salary, despite being required to be available for work on more than 50% of the days a full-time employee was required to be available to work...
The Pensions Ombudsmen has found that an employee that entered into a valid settlement agreement, which stated that she was compulsorily redundant, could not argue that this was not the case - resulting in her being unable to claim an unreduced pension.
The Charity Commission's work on safeguarding and serious incident reporting has carried on apace, with the conclusion of the work of its safeguarding taskforce and the publication of new guidance in October.
In an unusual case, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) fined a German school €300 (plus interest) for re-publishing an image that a pupil had included in a school project that had been taken from another website.
First and foremost, family businesses are businesses. Like all organisations they require good leadership. In this article, Caroline Gourlay highlights some of the common pitfalls of family business leadership.
The Budget, announced on 29 October 2018, contained some measures which are of interest to employers. We've picked three of the most significant changes for employers and will keep you updated in relation to their progress.