The union for health and care managers
We explain the legal position behind so-called ‘gagging’ clauses which are now a common feature of settlement agreements in the NHS.
We explain the legal duties on employers to protect the psychological wellbeing of staff and support people suffering from mental health conditions.
The Civil Liability Bill will deny injury compensation to thousands of workers and cost the NHS millions – just to feed the insurance industry fat cats.
We explain what you need to know about about putting in a claim to an Employment Tribunal – and when to do it.
With more and more people leaving the NHS under settlement agreements, managers need to know what can and can't be said. Iain Birrell explains the rules about so-called 'protected conversations'.
Here's what you need to know about the legal position on using social media at work, focusing on human rights, contract law and data protection.
Here's what you need to know about your legal responsibilities as a manager when handling race discrimination complaints from staff.
If work is becoming intolerable, it’s important to understand the risks and pitfalls before resigning and making a claim for constructive dismissal.
New rules on patient consent mean doctors have to be more upfront with patients about risks. Here’s what managers need to know.
Our legal advisers explain how to avoid allegations of bullying or harassment when managing poor performance.