rradar at the Relate Conference 2015

  For the third year running, rradar had the honour of being invited to support the Relate National Conference. The rradar team in attendance across the two-day conference included Stuart Ashall , James Richards and James Barnett from the Legal and ARC teams. The rradar stall displayed some of our new marketing material created by […]

The use and misuse of background checks

Employers want to know as much about job candidates as they can but there are limits on what kind of checks can be carried out and employers need to know how far they can go. Our article gives information on the various types of checks available and guidance on limitations. One problem that almost every […]

Publish and be damned – employees who breach agreements

What can you do if one of your former employees decides to castigate your company online? You need to know the legal remedies that are available. Our article will show you what can be done to repair the damage and stop it happening again. Imagine that you are an employer and find out that one […]

Shorter daylight, increased risk

  As the days grow shorter, many of us will be spending a fair part of our working day in the dark. The implications for health and safety are serious and employers need to know what they can do to reduce the risk. Find out more in our article. Clocks going back and daylight hours […]

The National Living Wage

The announcement of the National Living Wage in 2015’s Budget took many by surprise, and speculation immediately began on how it would affect employers and their workers. Find out the details you need to know in our article. One of the most surprising measures in this year’s budget was the announcement of a compulsory National […]