Work and Health: 50 years of regulatory failure

50 years after the Robens Report, this publication analyses the flaws in UK health & safety and highlights the case for much needed

‘A just share’: the case for minimum wage reform

This publication is a timely contribution to the debate on the UK’s national minimum wage (NMW)

Threats to collective bargaining in the Fire and Rescue Service: An analysis

This publication analyses the attacks to collective bargaining via pay review bodies proposed by the

WATCH: Employment Law Update 2021

A review of the most significant employment law cases over the past

Labour Law Highlights 2021

As ever, our Labour Law Highlights publication takes a stroll through the main judicial and statutory highlights of the previous

WATCH: Redundancy and Covid-19 – Are our redundancy laws strong enough?

An expert panel discusses fire and rehire and other redundancy issues at a time when millions are losing their

HSE and Covid at work: A case of regulatory failure

A comprehensive review of the latest evidence regarding Covid-19 transmission in the workplace and the response of HSE and

WATCH: Employment Law Update 2020 (Part 2)

A review of the most significant employment law cases over the past

WATCH: Employment Law Update 2020 (Part 1)

A review of the most significant employment law cases over the past

WATCH: Equality at work update 2020 (Part 2)

An analysis of the issues creating the gender pay gap and how unions can organise to close

WATCH: Equality at Work Update 2020 (Part 1)

Top lawyers and campaigners discuss racial inequality in the workplace and how the law can be strengthened to protect all

International health and safety standards after Brexit

A useful guide to and analysis of international regulations covering health and safety at