Tag Archives: Employment Tribunals

Insulting behaviour not criminal

Free speech?  Sacred touchstone of a civilised society or an invitation to the malicious, misguided and just plain stupid to voice their opinions without fear of retaliation? A bit of both, frankly, with that debate and that balance made all the more important by the growth of social media sites which allow those opinions to … Continue Reading

Age of uncertainty – revisions to retirement rules?

More hot news from the Department of Cheap Political Gestures earlier this week.  Under the not even remotely inflammatory headline “Old Slackers Face the Boot” the Evening Standard Evening Standard – Politics RSS feed reports somewhat vaguely on new Government proposals to help employers with the tricky issue of raising retirement with their older staff.  … Continue Reading