Employment law

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Employment tribunal fees: Out-of-time discrimination claim revived

It has been successfully argued before an employment tribunal that a discrimination claim – thrown out during the fees regime...

Gender pay gaps and parental leave

Pay gaps need to tackle ethnicity and disability as well as gender, urges EHRC

All jobs should be advertised as available for flexible working and fathers should receive ‘use it or lose it’ parental...

GDPR

Five ways HR can lead the way with GDPR

While the GDPR brings risks and eye-watering penalties for non-compliance, it also brings great opportunities for firms that use it...

The staying of the cases follows last month's landmark Supreme Court decision that employment tribunal fees were unlawfulPeter MacDiarmid/REX/Shutterstock

Employment tribunal fees cases stayed

Cases arising from the Supreme Court decision in R (on the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor, which declared employment...