This site is a "super portal" for employment law and is the single best starting point, aimed at practitioners, for all research on UK employment law: paid for and free resources available. A free monthly update is provided by e-mail.
A well-organised collection of its regular newsletters (“the Labour and European Law Review”) updating visitors about employment law developments; albeit primarily from the perspective of the employee and trades unions. Helpfully, the articles in the newsletters are now accessible by subject matter. To access pre May 2011 articles see: www.thompsons.law.co.uk/ltext/lelindex.htm
Incomes Data Services
Authoritative sources of information on a wide range of employment related issues, some free and some paid for: see also https://ids.thomsonreuters.com/employment-law, its companion website “your guide to the ever-changing world of employment law”.
Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service
Useful information about the role of ACAS and the law. ACAS publications can be found here: www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=608>
Equality and Human Rights Commission
The Equality and Human Rights Commission website is of obvious relevance to employment law. The advice and guidance section ( www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/advice-and-guidance) now takes the form of a series of “nested” questions delivering relevant content depending on whether you are employer or employee, and the exact nature of the circumstances arising.
The website of Daniel Barnett, employment law barrister where you can (and should) sign up for e-mails, which will keep you up to date with any recent cases and relevant employment law developments. The site also has some useful content by way of radio and TV clips featuring the man himself on various topics.
Site seeking to offer information written by a variety of authors on working rights for the ordinary worker: said, by the site, to constitute a unique resource.