Our latest legal update considers the amendments recently proposed by the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) to its Conduct Rules, to include non-financial misconduct such as bullying and harassment.

We look at issues including:

  • When behaviour will be considered work-related as opposed to something that is part of an employee’s personal or private life.

On 21 November 2023, the Supreme Court ruled that Deliveroo riders (“Riders”) are not in an “employment relationship” for the purposes of Article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights.  The Supreme Court decision is entirely consistent with previous decisions by the Central Arbitration Committee (“CAC”), High Court and Court

The Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) Act 2023 (the “Act”) became law in England, Wales and Scotland on 26 October 2023, and will come into force in October 2024.

The Act, which introduces a positive legal duty on employers to take reasonable steps to protect their employees from sexual harassment at

On 8 November 2023, the Government published its much-anticipated response to key employment law consultations announced earlier this year. The consultations were focused primarily on areas of retained EU employment law where the Government “saw opportunities for improvements” following Brexit. This included reviewing elements of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (“TUPE

The Labour Party has announced that, should it win the next general election in 2024, Britain can expect a significant reform to employment law. In her recent speech to TUC Congress, Angela Rayner stated that within the first 100 days of entering office Labour will bring forward an Employment Rights Bill to legislate a “New