The Charity Commission has updated its guidance 'Charging for services: illustrative examples of benefits for the poor', which describes how trustees of fee-charging educational charities can ensure they run their charities for the public benefit.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) dismissed a school's appeal, against a 90 day protective award for each employee where no consultation took place over the closure of the school and the school was not aware of its consultation obligations.
Companies must now confirm that slavery does not exist in their businesses and supply chains, under the Modern Slavery Act 2015. Large commercial organisations which supply goods or services and with a turnover
The government has launched a call for evidence asking for views on the impact and use of non-compete clauses to consider whether action is needed to restrict their use to ensure the UK's labour market is competitive, flexible and effective.