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17 Feb 2021
An actress who was stripped of a role following the discovery of anti-gay comments on Facebook has lost a tribunal...
4 Feb 2021
Lawyers describe the suggestion by The Times that employment judges are inexperienced as ‘idiotic’ and ‘insulting’.
2 Feb 2021
Worker status case to be tested again following Central Arbitration Committee's 2017 decision not to recognise riders' claim for collective bargaining.
20 Jan 2021
A man who worked for a curry supplier has won a race discrimination claim after being told he did not...
20 Jan 2021
Now that the UK and the EU have agreed on the position of the UK post-Brexit, HR is left wondering...
15 Jan 2021
Tesco has been ordered by the Employment Appeal Tribunal to disclose information it holds about how much its warehouse staff...
14 Jan 2021
A young, mainly female team influenced a hiring decision concerning a 50-year-old man, leading to his successful claim for age and sex discrimination.
13 Jan 2021
Stephen Simpson looks at five important employment law cases that will grab the headlines in 2021, covering significant issues such...
16 Dec 2020
A banker working for Societe Generale was unfairly dismissed after he failed to return after a three-year sabbatical.
14 Dec 2020
A 59-year-old woman has won a £64,000 pay-out after she was dismissed, with the judge declaring that ageism is worse for women than men.
9 Dec 2020
Food delivery company Just Eat has announced it will offer couriers pay by the hour rather than per job in...
30 Nov 2020
The government has failed to implement important EU health and safety protections for workers into UK law, a judicial review...
27 Nov 2020
A group of couriers for delivery firm Stuart have launched legal action against the company in a bid to be...
19 Nov 2020
Youth warnings, reprimands and cautions will no longer be automatically disclosed to employers who require Disclosure and Barring Service.