Legislation

Poor image: firing someone via text or social media could lead to a damaged reputation and/or an employment tribunal

How NOT to fire your pub staff

By Georgina Townshend

After a pub landlord has been blasted this week for firing five staff members via text and Facebook, The Morning Advertiser finds out the best way of letting your staff go - and avoiding a potentially costly employment tribunal and a damaged reputation.

Equal pay: pub companies with more than 250 employers have until April to publish their figures

Gender pay gap: everything pub companies need to know

By Georgina Townshend

As more than 500 companies have now published their gender pay gap figures, The Morning Advertiser looks at what pub companies with more than 250 employers need to publish before the April deadline.

What will 2018 hold for your pub?

Spotlight: What will 2018 hold for your pub?

By Morning Advertiser Editorial

It’s a new year, so what do leading pub operators think are the opportunities and challenges in the next 12 months? The Morning Advertiser finds out

Planetary crisis: regulations will help halt plastic wastage

Pubs' role in tackling 'planetary crisis' of plastic waste

By Georgina Townshend

The House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has called on the Government to introduce strict regulations for all public premises that serve food or drink to cut down on plastic wastage and to provide free drinking water on request.

EU exit: employee rights could change after Brexit

Changes to employee rights on cards after Brexit

By Claire Churchard

EU rules that protect employee holidays, ensure regular rest breaks and limit excessive overtime could be scrapped by ministers after Brexit, according to reports.