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12 May 2020
Employers face a ‘minefield’ of legal risks when they bring staff back into the workplace, especially if they ask workers...
17 Jan 2020
While having a dress code can help project a professional image, employers need to be careful that their policies do...
27 Nov 2019
There is ambiguity over whether claims of associative discrimination can succeed under the Equality Act 2010 but EU law offers some encouragement to...
23 Aug 2019
Tribunal finds poor appraisal score was discriminatory.
28 May 2019
The Court of Appeal has ruled that employers can enhance maternity pay, while only offering statutory shared parental pay for fathers.
21 May 2019
A former Npower employee with autism has won a claim for indirect discrimination after the company failed to make adjustments...
16 May 2019
Two-thirds of young people feel they have to conceal or change who they really are in order to make a good impression and find a job at many businesses.
21 Mar 2019
Ninety-five per cent of employers have not analysed their ethnicity pay gap, with many lacking the data that will enable...
18 Mar 2019
A case where a pregnant police officer was taken away from front line duties and placed in a desk-based role ...
13 Mar 2019
Last week US bank BNY Mellon informed its employees it was “pausing” a review of its policies that allow them...
25 Jul 2018
Inclusion is essential for high performance but too many organisations only pay it lip service, writes Lee Russell of learning...
6 Jun 2018
Recent tribunal decisions have provided some guidance on the legalities of offering enhanced maternity but not enhanced shared parental pay....
8 May 2017
Recruiters will have to be more careful about adjustments to the format of recruitment assessments for disabled job applicants, following...
12 Apr 2017
Consultant editor Darren Newman explains the importance of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in two joined indirect discrimination cases.