Indirect discrimination

Indirect discrimination: Rainbow v Milton Keynes Council

26 Sep 2008

Rainbow v Milton Keynes CouncilFactsMs Rainbow qualified as a teacher in 1972 and is aged 61. She worked for a...

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Job ad for inexperienced teacher ruled as indirect age discrimination by Milton Keynes Council

2 Sep 2008

A council has been found guilty of indirect age discrimination by advertising for a teacher in “the first five years...

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Indirect disability discrimination ruling has major implications for HR

25 Jul 2008

The ruling in the recent Coleman v Attridge Law case has major repercussions for HR directors and managers who should...

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Indirect discrimination not a statistical formula

16 Apr 2002

Employers must ensure their employment practices can be justified following an EAT ruling on sex discrimination claims

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In on the act: Indirect Discrimination and Burden of Proof Regulations

29 Jan 2002

Our continuing series of quick guides to major employment legislation puts key information at your fingertips and brings you up to date with the latest developments. This week Jane Brown, senior solicitor with the employment team at Manches, looks at changes to sex discrimination law, with the recent introduction of the Indirect Discrimination and Burden of Proof Regulations

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